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So not the literary goodness of the wordies, but just the book as object.
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U B so good at animul wordies relatings to mah porblems CH!
In which our plucky young hero likes putting the wordies together, see.
Instead of which, his tongue never lay still; and he gets out more wee wordies in a minute than any ordinary converser does in five.
For such things do go on even within the smallest cutest little brainy wainies of boys who could never have even heard of these horrid big wordies.
2001-01-25: In which our plucky young hero likes putting the wordies together, see.
I remember once his being at Banchory Lodge, and thus apologising to my aunt for going out of the room: ” “I beg your pardon, Mrs. Forbes, for leaving you, but I maun just gae doun to the garden and say my bit wordies” ” these “bit wordies” being in fact the portion of the Breviary which he was bound to recite.