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  • Praps sum of de wimmins select a panel to narrer down the feeld of YNGs and you and Nativeca66 and I could select the best of the YNGs?

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  • Bien narrer is an object of their study; and though they sometimes carry it to affectation, they never sink into inelegance, which is much the worst extreme of the two.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman 2005

  • "Dis narrer way leads on to destruction -- and dat broad one to damnation --"

    The Lincoln Story Book Henry Llewellyn Williams

  • For forty years he has trod the narrer path, stumpin 'his toe now an' then, but allers gettin 'up agin, for forty years he has he'ped others all he cu'd, been charitable an' forgivin ', as hones' as the temptation would permit, an 'only a natural lie now an' then as to the weather or the size of a fish, trustin 'in God to make it all right.

    The Bishop of Cottontown A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills John Trotwood Moore

  • I alluz knowed you wuz close ez the bark uv a tree; it's jest yer father's narrer-contracted sperrit; you don 'favor yer ma a speck.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 40, February, 1861 Various

  • And menny and menny a time has he seen a reel live Bullock march into his Master's Counting 'Ouse, with his two wild horns a sticking out, and as it was to narrer for him to turn hisself round, he used to have to be backed out tale foremost, with a fierce dog a barking at his nose.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, October 29, 1892 Various

  • And take it we did, though the trunk was heavy and the stairs so steep and narrer we had to stop and rest on every step.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky Eliza Calvert Hall

  • I had a narrer escape from being imprisoned for disloyalty.

    Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature Various

  • Pondering over the "narrer minds" of those with whom he had been conversing, Josiah Boyden tramped along the dusty road, becoming more incensed with every step, as he thought of the individual who had presumed to suggest that he might contribute toward the school fund, and still the gossip at the store progressed, unhindered by the departure of the

    Randy and Her Friends Amy Brooks

  • The two silver teaspoons was burnished up, and stuck for show into the edge of the dresser; the three glass tumblers was sot forth in full view; and the tin coffee-pot, so high and so narrer at the top, was turned sideways on the shelf, so as to make the most on 't; and the little brown earthen-ware teapot was histed atop o 'that.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 121, November, 1867 Various


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