zillah was quite as devoted a wife and competent a housekeeper as her older sister, but not so wise and faithful a mother.
He admitted zillah to a knowledge of this cave, as a place in which she might shelter.
"Ah, but you shouldn't let him," zillah said, with a merry look at her husband.
"Be careful not to go too far away, children," zillah called to them.
A whispered word, and zillah lay speechless in the arms of the Phœnician merchant.
Suddenly zillah gave a start and laid a trembling hand on Ada's arm.
zillah has become quite a needle-woman, and Ada does remarkably well, too, considering her imperfect sight.
Mildred, Rupert, zillah and Ada stood in the doorway to see them off.
This was zillah, the stout housewife; who at length issued forth to inquire into the nature of the uproar.
Do you remember, zillah, the stories we used to invent as children with Layah's help?