"Weaning is such a terrible business," then remarked Constance.
He has his own way of weaning us from vanity and the snares of the devil.
But often he was discouraged, for he made no progress in weaning him from his loyalty to Stone.
He was learning to love his home and children; she was weaning him from those pursuits!
But the design of weaning the States from France, in the treating, was obvious.
Where mother and child are both sickly, weaning must be carefully conducted.
Ordinarily, however, weaning is comparatively an easy matter.
What do we mean by separating (or, weaning) the soul from the body?
What do you mean, you cuss, he began, weaning a mans elephants affections away from him?
Vilate Ruth is weaning from the breast today which makes her cry.