Emily


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Amalia

Emily

[ˈemɪlɪ] NEmilia
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Well, Emily," said her husband, "so I have always felt and said; but the fact is that my business lies so that I cannot get on without.
Among the teachers at Wareham was one who influenced Rebecca profoundly, Miss Emily Maxwell, with whom she studied English literature and composition.
Every morning Emily Jane finds scraps of torn-up paper on the floor and reads thereon of "cruel hearts and love's deep darts," of "beauteous eyes and lovers' sighs," and much more of the old, old song that lads so love to sing and lassies love to listen to while giving their dainty heads a toss and pretending never to hear.
It always puts me in mind of the country that Emily and her father travelled through, in The Mysteries of Udolpho.
Philip was a little puzzled when he mentioned this afterwards to Aunt Louisa, and she told him that when she knew the Wilkinsons they had never had anything more than a pony and a dog-cart; Aunt Louisa had heard of the rich uncle, but as he was married and had children before Emily was born she could never have had much hope of inheriting his fortune.
Go back, Emily, and see what it is they want," says one; and Emily comes back, and asks what it is.
That was how your uncle met your Aunt Emily, you know," she addressed Katharine.
Emily, her sister, who was a teacher also, wrote: "We ought to be prepared, though I have no doubt Hubert will be more reasonable this time.
These girls are Cuttenclips, to be sure, but their names are Emily and Polly and Sue and Betty and such things.
Last night Cousin Emily and I were calling at a neighbor's.
Then Emily will never attract him," she declared almost triumphantly, "for she has no more heart that he has.
Good,' says she; 'you bring your Emily along with me and you'll get seventy-five.