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  • Bessie started. (9)
  • Bessie suddenly laughed. (9)
  • Bessie laid hold of her again. (9)
  • Bessie got vividly to her feet. (9)
  • Mary kissed Bessie for consent. (9)
  • Bessie put her hand out to stay him. (9)
  • Bessie dramatized an excess of anguish. (9)
  • Westover knew that he meant Bessie Lynde. (9)
  • You can trust me, Bessie; you can, indeed. (9)
  • Bessie implored, sinking back into her chair. (9)
  • Bessie said it over, with burlesque thoughtfulness. (9)
  • Bessie, a fine, gray horse, also from New Hampshire, accompanied us. (21)
  • He stayed till the dance was over, and Bessie came back to him. (9)
  • Bessie saw that it was Jeff, and they stood a moment, looking at each other. (9)
  • Mary Enderby would not let Bessie laugh upon her shoulder after she said this. (9)
  • It seemed to Mary Enderby that wherever she went she saw that man talking to Bessie. (9)
  • Bessie was the first person he met after he turned from paying his duty to the hostess. (9)
  • Bessie sank back in her chair with an air of nervous collapse, and did not say anything. (9)
  • Bessie sighed in earnest, and her friend gave her hand a little pressure of true sympathy. (9)
  • My sister, Bessie, is now visiting me and it would give us the greatest pleasure to see you. (18)
  • Bessie pulled down her mouth, with an effect befitting the notion of repentance and atonement. (9)
  • He was rid of Bessie Lynde, too, and of the trouble of forecasting and discounting her caprices. (9)
  • To her perception Alan was no more vehement than usual, and Bessie no more smilingly self-contained. (9)
  • He did not care to go to their houses, and he went at first in the hope of seeing Bessie Lynde again. (9)
  • If Bessie had meant nothing but what was fitting to the moment some inherent lightness of nature played her false. (9)
  • Bessie looked down at it, first on one side and then on the other, as a woman always does when her dress is spoken of. (9)
  • He had decided pretty finally that it would be Bessie rather than another when he received a letter from Mrs. Vostrand. (9)
  • In both events, it must have been Bessie Lynde that was the moving cause; but what was it that stayed Jeff in his vengeance? (9)
  • Miss Lynde remained silent in her chair at her end of the library- table, and by-and-by Bessie got a book and began to read. (9)
  • He fancied doing that very thing with Bessie Lynde, and the wild joy she would snatch from an experience so unique, so impossible. (9)
  • Westover had the forethought to decide that Miss Bessie should ask for Jeff if she wanted him, and this simplified matters very much. (9)
  • Bessie sang out from the floor above, and met her half-way down the stairs, where she kissed her and led her embraced into the library. (9)
  • But sometimes Miss Enderby feared that it was Bessie who used such finesse as there was, and always put herself where he could see her. (9)
  • Then she and her aunt went into the large, dull library, where they passed the evenings which Bessie did not spend in some social function. (9)
  • Bessie enjoyed the fact, which she had colored a little, in another laugh, but she had apparently not possessed her aunt of the humor of it. (9)
  • Bessie seldom put so much earnest in anything, and Mary loved (as she would have said) the sad sincerity, the honest hopelessness of her tone. (9)
  • Bessie slept soundly, from exhaustion, and in that provisional fashion in which people who have postponed a care to a given moment are able to sleep. (9)

Also see sentences for: bespoke, bessy.

Definition of bessie:

  • bessie, betsy, a dim. of elisabeth (q.v.).(0)

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