The result is extravagantly and deliciously funny—Just the Book for an ingenue.
She suggested an ingenue who had been suddenly sent on in the role of the Russian adventuress.
The result is extravagantly and deliciously funny–Just the Book for an ingenue.
It was the part of an ingenue, which just suited Geraldine's youth and naivette.
I was no longer "Diane," the ingenue whom she patronized as well as admired.
For thus did the starry happiness that glowed within the beatific bosom of the little "ingenue" make Arcady around her.
There, seeking asylum from the greater heat of the wings he came upon the ingenue, indulging in the luxury of exhausted tears.
Her perceptions this morning were curiously keen, and she believed that Miss Lavish had her on trial for an ingenue.
Isabelle had walked with an artificial gait at nine and a half, and when her eyes, wide and starry, proclaimed the ingenue most.
Miss Newcome wore a plain white frock on the occasion, and resumed, Madame d'Ivry said, her role of ingenue for that night.