"The world is the expression of our sense life to the spirit," she cooed.
There was a harsh note in the voice that lately had cooed so softly.
"I thank you, dearest dear," cooed the siren, caressing him tenderly.
But she was a child—an uncanny child who cooed frankly when interested.
"I love you,—strong like that," she cooed, her eyes soft with passion again.
"You can't have him up for breach of promise, Reggie," cooed Mrs. Clibborn.
"Sometimes, James, you make me gasp with an amazed admiration," he cooed.
He patted the woman's head as he spoke, and she cooed softly.
"You mustn't look cross at my mamma, Farkson," cooed Baby Phyllis.
What a changed dinner table, at which the old lady drowsed and cooed!