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I shall not object to her going to Ivy Lodge sometimes in this way, if it does not make her rough or hoydenish.'
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
Stately in satin, or simple in gingham, or deliciously hoydenish in fishing-clothes, they challenged his surprised attention.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
Las Cases, however, was always ready to criticise Miss Betsy, whose hoydenish ways he could never understand.
I really began to think that the only hoydenish people I had ever seen were ladies and gentlemen.
THAT BOY OF NORCOTT'SCHARLES JAMES LEVER
She varied from delicately phrased sentimentalities to hoydenish physical impertinences.
She has dropped that hoydenish, tomboyish manner that was so offensive when she returned from the ranch.
BLUE BONNET IN BOSTONCAROLINE E. JACOBS
What a capital name Veronica Trollope would be for a hoydenish young woman in a society novel!
PONKAPOG PAPERSTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
She was not aggressive, and her rather hoydenish ways were toned down to a certain fearless elegance.
She burst into a loud, hoydenish laugh as Loveday tried to stammer something about a friend of her own.
LOVE AND LIFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Her elder sister, Madie, appears to have been hoydenish and somewhat uncongenial to a young lady so determined to be "genteel."

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