"I never said nothing at all about Greenberg & sen," Aaron blurted out.
We'll sen' them to the hospital, and that'll ease yer min', Mirran!
De Lord 'u'd sen' 'nough rain to help de gyarden, but not 'nough ter hurt de oats.
You sen' 'em from Greenwood, dey gwine die ob homesickness!'
I'll sen' him my buryin' money, an' ef tant enough, can't you sen' a little more?
sen, the Chinaman, who professed to speak nothing but Chinese—ah!
Why not tell him that old sen stole his duck, and get him to give sen a scolding?
sen' the dwarf back wi' them to Firdale; they'll know their own way from there.
"He sen' me wud he marster comin' to-night, an he want he shut," said his wife, as she handed him his supper.
Greenberg & sen want your trade, Aaron; they don't want the boy.