What could the little woman
possibly mean by calling her a sorceress, and saying she had killed the Wicked Witch of the East?
There was a little woman
on board, with a little baby; and both little woman
and little child were cheerful, good-looking, bright- eyed, and fair to see.
Finally a little woman
went by carrying two water jugs.
It was a charming little woman
to whom he said it--a sprightly little woman
, dressed in perfect taste, who came out of a green velvet bower to attend upon him, from posting up some dainty little books of account which one could hardly suppose to be ruled for the entry of any articles more commercial than kisses, at a dainty little shining desk which looked in itself like a sweetmeat.
Travers was simply a vain little woman
of the world, perfectly capable of taking care of herself, and heartless enough to flirt all day long, if she chose, without any risk, so far as she was concerned.
She was a disagreeable little woman
, no longer young, who had quarreled with almost every one, owing to a temper which was self-assertive and a disposition to trample upon the rights of others.
for she had begun to cry); "I would not go back to the old times if I earned twice as much, so that is settled, little woman
Snagsby mentions to the 'prentices, "I think my little woman
is a-giving it to Guster