Examples from the Web for tewksbury
Miss Tewksbury was pleased rather than disappointed to find that Mrs. Garwood did not realize her idea of a Southern woman.
"The general never heard half my arguments," replied Miss Tewksbury.
"I'm very glad to hear you say so," exclaimed Miss Tewksbury in a tone that made Helen shiver.
Miss Tewksbury's tone implied wrathfulness that was too sure of its own justification to assert itself noisily.
Submit Tewksbury wept, and shed tears time and agin, a-talkin' about it, and so several of 'em did.Samantha Among the Brethren, Part 5.|Josiah Allen's Wife (Marietta Holley)