stay-at-home

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We are quite different from what you stay-at-home women fancy.

Old age and invalidism had made the restless man a stay-at-home.

It is we stay-at-home British birds that really keep the insects down.

Until he went to Tilliedrum Jamie had been more a stay-at-home boy than most.

You are the most stay-at-home person by way of a gentleman that I ever heard of.

The stay-at-home, however, had news; news he was impatient to tell.

In a week you will see more than stay-at-home people see in a year.

And there are plenty of stay-at-home electrons to stop them as they rush along.

His mother, who felt the burden of her age, wished the stay-at-home to marry.

But I like still water—quiet, well-behaved, stay-at-home water.

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