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Tildy

[til-dee] /ˈtɪl di/
noun
1.
Zoltán
[zawl-tahn] /ˈzɔl tɑn/ (Show IPA),
1889–1961, Hungarian statesman: premier 1945–46; president 1946–48.
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  • Tildy was dumpy, plain-faced, and too anxious to please to please.

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  • “Please be quick, Tildy, and go,” said Maggie in a determined voice.

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  • Tildy shuddered, and said that Mrs. Ross should not say things of that sort.

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  • Tildy felt no shame in the fact that your mother had married a grocer.

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  • “Indicate the spot, miss, and it shall be moved instancious,” said Tildy.

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  • Her spirits had been very low; but, somehow, Tildy had managed to revive them.

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  • Tildy had been turned into a very presentable little parlor-maid.

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  • Accordingly she sent for Tildy and told her what she expected her to do.

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  • The girl, whose name was Agnes, stared for a minute at Tildy.

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  • Well, that poor Tildy brought me a letter to-day from mother.

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