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?
shadow, one of the wives of Lamech, of the line of Cain, and mother of Tubal-cain (Gen. 4:19, 22).