You will break my heart, deary; comfort yourself, I beseech you.
Deary me, but ye've gat all sorts of sons though you've nobbut two.
Some stood all but speechless, only gasping out at intervals, "Deary me."
You can slip extra sandwiches in your pockets for me, deary.
And oh, she did not know a tenth of it, deary; not a tenth of it!
Have you been reading about the tenths in your Bible, deary?
Yes, deary, but John heard him say it, and wrote it down for us.
Deary me, but if some folks were drowned, the world would get along without them!
You want a locket, deary; so I send one that my mother gave me years ago.
Tis a means of grace they be to the hear-r-rt—I nade no preacher to tell me that, deary.