Dorothy


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Dorota
Dorthea
Dorothea
TeaTeija
Dorotea

Dorothy

[ˈdɒrəθɪ] NDorotea
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She wore a plain white frock, without any jewels or other ornaments except an emerald- green hair-ribbon, for Dorothy was a simple little girl and had not been in the least spoiled by the magnificence surrounding her.
But when the door opened to admit not only the Shaggy Man, but Scraps, the Woozy and the Glass Cat, Dorothy jumped up and looked at her strange visitors in amazement.
The doctor ordered him to take a sea voyage and he went to Australia and took Dorothy with him.
This little girl, Dorothy, was like dozens of little girls you know.
Uncle Henry and Aunt Em had a big bed in one corner, and Dorothy a little bed in another corner.
When Dorothy stood in the doorway and looked around, she could see nothing but the great gray prairie on every side.
A strange noise awoke Dorothy, who opened her eyes to find that day had dawned and the sun was shining brightly in a clear sky.
Yes," agreed Dorothy, "it was pretty wet, for a time, I know.
Birds flew through the air and cunning white rabbits darted amongst the tall grasses and green bushes; Dorothy noticed even the ants toiling busily along the roadway, bearing gigantic loads of clover seed; but of people there were none at all.
She was clad in flowing, fluffy robes of soft material that reminded Dorothy of woven cobwebs, only it was colored in soft tintings of violet, rose, topaz, olive, azure, and white, mingled together most harmoniously in stripes which melted one into the other with soft blendings.
But Dorothy satisfied her hunger with other things, and her companions did likewise, resisting the temptation.
They came to her willingly, and Dorothy passed her hands over their faces and forms and decided one was a girl of about her own age and the other a boy somewhat smaller.