a heifer, an Athenian woman converted to Christianity under the preaching of Paul (Acts 17:34). Some have supposed that she may have been the wife of Dionysius the Areopagite.
But damaris dreamed on, the gold thread loose between her fingers.
"Ay, but they do though," the girl called damaris said, as she drew close to where we sat.
damaris repeated her question, and he answered it with relish.
damaris gurgled at Miles with a provokingly wide-awake crow.
Constance was always right, always the most lovable, the most delightful person whom damaris knew.
damaris occurs in Arizona, and thence ranges south into Venezuela.
But upstairs, in the small room that she and damaris shared, his "sunshine" was blurred by a swift rain of tears.
"Here come Father, and the captain, and dear John," said little damaris.
damaris moved also, groping with her hands for the chair beside the table.
Is not that packet in damaris's hammock Father's packet of valuable papers?