EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Five quite expensive pairs of silk and lisle socks Milt purchased—all that the general merchant at Jeppe had in stock.
On'y this mornin' sez I to him,—he camps along o' me,—'Milt!'
Milt attended the motion pictures every evening, and he saw them in a new way.
"And under ordinary circumstances that's sufficient," admitted Milt.
Now, Milt, you'll come soon again, won't you—jest to see Al's niece—who'll be here in a week?
She remembered that ominous sound as she rode alone to the old stone quarry the night that Milt was put on trial as a traitor.
His red but shining eyes hinted that Milt was a clodhopper and no honest wearer of evening clothes.
She's not the Dora kind, you know, not even the Easter kind, and she is Milt's sister.
Milt studied the shiny-seamed, worn-buttonholed, limp object with dislike.
Frankie strode grimly to his corner, ignored Milt, moved on into the dressing room.