Eh, deary me, to think that life should run to such a puddle!
"deary, deary me," said poor John, trembling more than ever in the claw of the dragon.
I know how 'tis; I know you think that I am lone and lorn; but, deary love, 'tan't so no more!
Why, say, me and deary has been here six weeks, and we've been havin' the time of our lives.
Then Mrs. Bateson inquired: "And what is it made of, deary?"
You will break my heart, deary; comfort yourself, I beseech you.
Wouldn't you like some oyster-patties and some plumcake to munch while you are talking, deary?
Some stood all but speechless, only gasping out at intervals, "deary me."
"The beginning is very far away, deary," said Miss Ainslie, and Ruth fancied she heard a sigh.
deary me, but ye've gat all sorts of sons though you've nobbut two.