Our Lady Bountiful had come in to pay for the chair and see the boy, but alas!
I come, an't please your ladyship—you're my Lady Bountiful, an't ye?
In Lady Bountiful there is no question of any great fundamental truth, no great human interest.
Lady Bountiful, who was bountiful in nought but reviling, was the person whom I met.
Lady Bountiful lowed argumentatively, and Dolly stamped, wagged her head knowingly up and down, and then shook it with a whinny.
You've been Lady Bountiful, and first-aider, and last-leaver.
Those who loved her and in return wished to be loved by her called her the Lady Bountiful of the Slums.
There were presents for all the children, and Mrs. Roosevelt played Lady Bountiful to see that each child got its gift.
I suppose it would be more attractive, for instance, than to be Lady Bountiful to a village?
The life of a Lady Bountiful turned out a dull routine of mothers' meetings and Sunday-schools.