So smart she was, and spoken of endearingly as 'the little MacAnder!'
In tears, I was embracing his feet; he rose and blessed me endearingly.
"All right, my ten-year-old; mother will be your right hand man," she said, endearingly.
She said this firmly and yet endearingly, and met his eyes with her eyes.
It makes one think of the boys gentle love for his little mother, as he endearingly spoke of his mother.
The chief was the Yearn—endearingly called the Humbie, from a farm near the Manse, and belonging to the minister.
Cross-legged over her shoulder is her infant, to whom she talks softly and endearingly as she walks.
Yet at once, and so endearingly, with the air of an elder sister, Mrs. Austen resumed the maternal functions.
The girl seemed to love her well in return, and called her endearingly Tan'-tante.
She presented as endearingly natural a figure, I thought, as any man could seek or imagine.