corny

[ kawr-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF corny

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This was all said with a sort of nonchalance, which Corny did not at all like.

"Faults on both sides generally in all quarrels," said Corny.

Corny said he was willing to make the trial, if they pleased.

Never mind, Corny dear, I'll buy a bag of marbles for you at Banagher.'

Corny is to remain behind, and I must ask of you to look to him on his arrival in Dublin.

Rectus and I didn't care much about doing this, but Corny insisted on it.

If Corny hadn't been along, I don't believe he would have seen us at all.

But almost any one would take an interest in a girl like Corny.

"Cornelia V. Chipperton," said Corny, and he wrote that down.

We held a meeting just as we got to the hotel, and he and Corny both voted for me.

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