"Schoolgirl sentimentality" Meg had called it, and so it was.
She was in love with him for a week, in love like a schoolgirl.
She was pretty when a baby and prettier still as a schoolgirl.
"You talk to me as though I were a schoolgirl," she retorted.
Captain Godwin blushed through his coat of tan like a schoolgirl.
She did not answer at once, and, glancing in her direction, I saw that she had flushed like a schoolgirl.
She had been as foolish over him as a schoolgirl in the matter of a matinée idol.
And then had come a wonderful day, a wonderful thing, into the schoolgirl's life.
The letters, I noticed, were not what the schoolgirl letters had been to her mother.
The schoolgirl and the trade paper editor wouldn't have been "in it."