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Mary Makebelieve used to talk most in the nighttime, but her mother talked most in the morning.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
One night when Mrs. Makebelieve came home she was very low-spirited indeed.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
Mrs. Makebelieve liked to lie in bed until the last possible moment.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
Mary ran to her mother moaning like a sick person, but Mrs. Makebelieve did not look at her.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
It was only broken by Mrs. Makebelieve, who began to hum a song as she polished the fire grate.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
As this story proceeded Mrs. Makebelieve looked once or twice at her daughter.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
Mrs. Makebelieve secreted these, and went home marveling to find that she was yet alive.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
However, I saw that the man pleaded not guilty, and then Mr. Makebelieve opened the case for the Crown.
Mary Makebelieve lived with her mother in a small room at the very top of a big, dingy house in a Dublin back street.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS
Mary Makebelieve thought it was very clever of the little ducklings to be able to swim so well.
MARY, MARYJAMES STEPHENS

WORD OF THE DAY

judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION