And this hoyden had talked as though she took an interest in Austen!
I hope I will not be too noisy, nor too much of a hoyden for you—for you are not well I am sure.
She ascribed her hoyden behavior to the influence of the stage.
The hoyden took him up in a moment, and added of her own devilry a trumpet and banner.
Mrs. Jordan superlative in Hoyden, and Jones well enough in Foppington.
He had engaged a hoyden, and she was by way of becoming a lady.
For her to stay here, even with schooling at the Corners, is to let her grow up like a hoyden.
I am such a hoyden—such a romp—I disgust every one that comes near me; and yet I can't be gentle and sweet like you, if I die.
Time and Love have vainly nibbled with sharp teeth; they have in no way lessened the vague but eternal charm of her hoyden breast.
She felt the long repressed, half-forgotten tomboy, hoyden Brinnaria surging up in her and gaining mastery.