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Twas he, a tender deary, that made Anthony marry me, and thereby turned hisself from a little calamity to a little blessing!
TWO ON A TOWERTHOMAS HARDY
But don't you fret about Bambo, deary; he'll soon be all right, never fear, once you and missy are safe at home.
TWO LITTLE TRAVELLERSFRANCES BROWNE ARTHUR
Occasionally a proud son of Lenox borrowed the coat of an officer to appear smart in the picture he was to send to his deary.
COMPANY GA. R. (ALBERT ROWE) BARLOW
"Yes, my deary; he did come at last," she said, in a voice full of a satisfaction that was almost solemn in its intensity.
SILVER PITCHERS: AND INDEPENDENCELOUISA MAY ALCOTT
She understood, and said: 'Deary, that ole bull has to be helped to his stall every night after a day in the pastoor.
GIRL SCOUTS IN THE ADIRONDACKSLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
I thought—I thought, deary, perhaps you would go away all the more for that, and leave me to face it alone!
JUDE THE OBSCURETHOMAS HARDY
Deary me, lass, ye mak a ghost of yersel', coming and going sa sudden.
THE SHADOW OF A CRIMEHALL CAINE
Well, deary, suppose you read what John says about the many mansions that they're getting ready for us.
THREE PEOPLEPANSY
“Well, deary—well, give me time,” laughed the cheery old voice.
JUDITH LYNNANNIE HAMILTON DONNELL
Though there's no tutors nor none of them will ever love you better than poor Nurse Bundle, my deary.
A FLAT IRON FOR A FARTHINGJULIANA HORATIA EWING

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