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How to use Margery in a sentence
Margery, with unruffled New Orleans charm, took it as a matter of course that everyone who turned up would need feeding.
Diet may be a key piece of this, says Dr. Margery Gass, the executive director of the North American Menopause Society.
Mistress Margery Wimpole was a poor, dull creature, having no wilful harm in her, but endowed with neither dignity nor wit.A Lady of Quality|Frances Hodgson Burnett
Margery, the baby aforementioned, turned out one of the most beautiful children I had ever seen.The Mysteries of Montreal|Charlotte Fuhrer
Margery, may I ask again that question I asked you the night before I went away?The Late Miss Hollingford|Rosa Mulholland
Careful Margery had put a large white pinafore over the whole, lest the frock should come to grief at breakfast.
“Better for him if his laugh had been a bit less gay and his face less handsome,” was the sharp remark of Margery.