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Somehow, she seemed so much younger and more girlish than I expected.

I imagined that Jo thought of this, too, and regretted she was not more girlish.

The face was younger, softer; it seemed rounder and more girlish.

She was kinder than usual that night, sweeter and more girlish.

There is more girlish laughter, more buzz and more deaf-and-dumb language.

The flaring bonnet and loose ribbons gave her a more girlish look than ever.

"We're to have nobody in particular, only Lady Betty," chimed in the more girlish voice.

She was then eight and twenty years of age, but I think I never saw a more girlish looking creature.

Laughter sparkled in her eyes, and he realized that she was more girlish than he had thought her a minute ago.

And the summer frock she wore made her more girlish and irresponsible than usual.