Thesaurus / nancy
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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How often poor Nancy Nelson heard those words, and how they cut her to the heart.

A Little Miss NobodyAmy Bell Marlowe

Nancy glanced through the open barn door toward the house, and came a step nearer to the old man.

PollyannaEleanor H. Porter

"Yes, ma'am," sighed Nancy, picking up the half-dried pitcher—now so cold it must be rinsed again.

PollyannaEleanor H. Porter

What an ordeal this was getting to be, and how lucky was Nancy, comfortably seated before the fire!

Tutors' LaneWilmarth Lewis

Nancy was weaving at the window—Mary had taught her, and she gave the impression, sitting there, of having looms in her blood.

The Shield of SilenceHarriet T. Comstock

At the time of her marriage to Thomas Lincoln, Nancy was in her twenty-third year.

Nancy Fabian turned and asked of the little millionaire: How did your wife meet the Count?

Polly and Her Friends AbroadLillian Elizabeth Roy

Miss Nancy has got real horse-sense starting small, and chicken-sense too.

The Golden BirdMaria Thompson Daviess

The girl, Nancy, remembered them well for the things each had said to her.

The SeekerHarry Leon Wilson

Half-a-dozen dark-looking bold men soon made their appearance, and recognised Nancy by nods of their heads.

SnarleyyowCaptain Frederick Marryat

WORDS RELATED TO NANCY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.