fourth, one of the Midianite chiefs slain by the Israelites in the wilderness (Num. 31:8; Josh. 13:21).
Gretta and she always omitted reba from allusions to home affairs, she being but Eunice's reflection.
reba pulled off her "blinders," as she called the sun-bonnet, while she ran.
She was indisposed, reba reported, and would take a cup of tea in her own room.
She would not forget, nor let reba forget, the compact they had agreed upon.
Reliance, you and Edna can go to the mill; it isn't such a very great way, and reba can go with me.
reba was no coward, but she did give a great leap that brought her to her feet.
reba complained fretfully that nothing but heat, dust, and flies came in at their windows.
"Like that place where we go to gather chestnuts," spoke up reba.
"Oh, reba, don't say such a dreadful word," said Edna in distress.
"I think it's more likely he is shut up somewhere," decided reba.