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Pennie

[pen-ee] /ˈpɛn i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Penelope.
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  • “But the outside of a bonnet is the only part that matters,” replied Pennie.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • And so the subject was dismissed, and Pennie felt that she was again a victim.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • And Pennie, after trying a few persuasions, was obliged to go alone.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • “Me will be cabin-boy,” was all she said when Pennie tried to persuade her.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • “Well, so you will be the day after to-morrow,” replied Pennie shortly.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • Pennie stayed no longer, but rushed down-stairs into the hall and opened the door.

    The Hawthorns Amy Walton
  • Nancy was generally the first to announce it, but to-day Pennie was beforehand.

  • Pennie groped about the school-room floor, groaning with vexation.

  • But Pennie would not unfold the plan unless the others heard it too.

  • It was not of much consequence, but Pennie felt vexed with her.

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