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It was no longer the laughing tomboy of the bobbed hair and short skirts, but a woman whose eyes were on a level with mine.
I suppose I always seemed pretty young to him and a kind of tomboy.
She had been a sad romp in her day, and every prank of her tomboy girlhood stood her in good stead now.
She had been haunted by the awful consciousness that she was a 'Tomboy.'
CHRONICLES OF DUSTYPOREHENRY STEWART CUNNINGHAM
I would do all he did, and I must have been a famous tomboy.
THE STORY OF BAWNKATHARINE TYNAN
She had promised to pay for a quarter's music lessons for Diana, but now she is determined to do nothing at all for such a tomboy.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Don't you know, my dear child, that you love your friend in spite of her tomboy eccentricities, not because of them?
THE CALIFORNIANSGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
Daphne was sorry for the poor little tomboy Princess, of whom she had grown to be really fond.
He writes rondels on ribbons, lyrics on linen and lace, and his most ambitious ode is addressed to a Tomboy in Trouserettes!
REVIEWSOSCAR WILDE
Terry is shown outgrowing the tomboy stage, and unable to play with the boys on an equal status.
WHY THE CHIMES RANG: A PLAY IN ONE ACTELIZABETH APTHORP MCFADDEN

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