The curtises have been flooding Uncle "Jaw's" meadows, and he is in a great stew about it.
"The curtises have not a whit more title to the child than I have," he burst out.
"I thought I saw the curtises also," suggested the bereaved woman droopingly.
Have you noticed, my dear, that Roland's hardly been round to the curtises' at all these holidays?
But it won't be for this year—and the curtises won't let it.
Did you not tell me that she and the curtises spent the evening with you?
They would have to go into the curtises'; it would be terrible.
Venice continues adorable and the curtises the soul of benevolence.
Tell the parson that the curtises and Carringtons are always marrying each other.
April and Ralph, his parents and the curtises belonged to a world that must remain for him always episodic.