All young Englishmen, according to her, were on the look-out for American heiresses.
“Well, they do it to heiresses in stories,” returned Scorch, doggedly.
They were heiresses to whom such a tomb and meadow belonged.
Don't talk to me of heiresses, Dolly; I have been the victim of heiresses.
Heiresses in scores have been over head and ears in love with me.
I have a list of all the heiresses at Paris, bound in russia leather.
Ah, well, we will go to one of the watering-places where heiresses are met.
As heiresses, the daughters of Zelophahad were now to have property of their own.
No—I—I thought it was only heiresses who were wards in Chancery.
Will he bestow his hand on the large number of heiresses who court him?