Lady wishes join another in dogs' boarding home; trial first as paying guest.
I say, Mary,' he said at length, 'what do you say to our taking a paying guest?'
Comfortable Home for young lady as paying guest; every convenience; near Cemetery.
"It must be as a paying guest, you understand," said Linda, when Phebe had left them.
Molly herself would be fairly dealt with and set aside; the "paying guest" was an indignity that he would soon forget.
His Uncle Robert, with whom he lived as a paying guest, had strongly advocated them.
Besides, Harris was a “paying guest” and she did not want to offend him!
Doctor Mary's paying guest was of the house-party, not merely a dinner guest.
He had secured a chair, but getting up, gave it to the royal personage, who was his paying guest at the Villa Bella Vista.
The English ally has ceased to be a stranger, and in the towns and villages of Artois is a “paying guest.”