I thought I should have fallen out of the staircase window as I came down from seeing dear Fanny, and that tiddy ickle sing.'
Yet, twenty-five years ago, tiddy had been such a pretty girl!
I'd like to tell me frind tiddy that they'se a strenuse life an' a sthrenuseless life.
An' if tiddy done it all he ought to say so an' relieve th' suspinse.
I think tiddy Rosenfelt is all r-right an' if he wants to blow his hor-rn lave him do it.
Joy and tiddy accordingly burst into song, assisted by Allan and John.
Mr. Rigby liked a woman to have a neat trim figure—his Kate had kept hers—but tiddy.
tiddy turned a scarlet face toward him, and waved one hand, with a spoon in it.
It must be bad enough for him, so the sister told herself, to put up with tiddy's sentimental raptures.
Two weeks before tiddy would have lowered his voice in reverence at Gail's name.