mama

[ mah-muh; for 1 also muh-mah ]SEE DEFINITION OF mama
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"Mama, I heard you in papa's room," Alice said, not dropping the note of complaint.

Don't you think you really ought to know more about him, mama?

That's just what mama and I have been feeling so much; they don't appreciate you.

Mama, it was because of those things that came out about Alice Adams.

It's funny; but we don't often make people think what we want 'em to, mama.

"Let's don't go into that any more, mama," the daughter begged her.

"I thought you'd got over all that nonsense, mama," she said.

"You see how it—how it made me look, mama," she quavered, having concluded her narrative.

Only to-day, only this very day she came to Mergellina, she came to see my mama.

Mama, shall I go to the camp to-morrow, and see the General?

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