Pray, my dear sir--pray,' said the little man; 'caution, caution.
My dear Sir, my dear sir,' said the little man, laying his hat on the table, 'pray, consider--pray.
What you say, my dear
Louisa, is perfectly reasonable.
Quite well, I thank you, and how do YOU do, my dear
I really am a little afraid, my dear
,' hinted the cherub meekly, 'that you are not enjoying yourself?
Good morning, D'Artagnan; good morning, Porthos; good-morning, my dear
friends," said Aramis.
Anne realised that the end of their life in this dear
place drew nigh, and that she must face the fact bravely.
ma'am,' said Mr Chester, 'you embolden me to be plain with you.
It was an awkward business, my dear
, your spending the autumn at South End instead of coming here.
But if for reason you don't feel inclined to talk to me," said the old man, "say so, my dear
So I said, my dear
,' returned her guardian, for whose ear the timid emphasis was much too fine.
Well, my dear
, what I mean is, that we are, after all, newcomers into fashionable life.
friend," returns the old man, "I was applied--Judy, shake me up a little
Certainly, my dear
, certainly,' replied the old gentleman.
But do you really think, dear
Caroline, that legislation would improve matters in any way?