Thesaurus / marys
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And when she had pushed her burden off on to Marys shoulders, the weight was naturally much lightened on her own.
MADONNA MARYMRS. OLIPHANT
It is a peculiarity of that text to write he for I, and a feature of Marys hand accounts for the error.
For the Georges and Marys everywhere are, on the whole, fine men and women.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
Marys aim and ambition was to grow just exactly like Constance Carruth!
THREE LITTLE WOMEN'S SUCCESSGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
The writing paper on this desk had the word Mary printed on it, implying that if there were other Marys they didn't count.
Marys men proposed to ask for larger license, and, meanwhile, to proceed.
Marys disease explains hysteria—melancholia—a pitiful fancy—that will pass—that should never have been told to me.
THE CONFOUNDING OF CAMELIAANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Marys eye was as calm as a June sky, and she began, composedly, gathering up the teacups.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
I wanted her to tell me something about my dear child, Marys own sister—Mrs. Percival, you know.
MADONNA MARYMRS. OLIPHANT
She declared that Marys throne should be restored to her and that the rebels should be punished.