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“The fowls were all gone to roost, and the bull-dog lay stretched on the straw outside his kennel, with the black-and-tan terrier by his side, when the falling-to of the gate disturbed them and set them barking, like good officials, before they had any distinct knowledge of the reason.”
“The ticket lady gave him directions and he caught a city bus to the District Line (that would have been the number 9 streetcar when he was a kid; they were all gone now).”
“Nouvion a Abbeville poste — but the carders and spinners were all gone to bed.”
“Dr. Scott went to Barcelona to try to get the private letters, but I fancy they are all gone to Paris.”
“At mezzo giorno the streets are deserted, the shop-doors are closed, and all is still; they have all gone to their siesta, their midday sleep.”
“The chicks had nearly all gone under the mother-hens, only one or two last adventurous ones still dibbed about in the dryness under the straw roof shelter.”
“This day the Duke tells me that there is no news heard of the Dutch, what they do or where they are, but believes that they are all gone home, for none of our spyes can give us any tideings of them.”
“That must have been after Lady Lacklander, Mrs. Cartarette and Dr. Lacklander had all gone home.”
“When they and the three young ones had all gone off to place their bets, I apologized to van Huren that his generosity should have been stretched.”
“As he passed the line, he found the AGGERSHUUS praam in a more miserable condition than his own; her masts had all gone by the board, and she was on the point of sinking.”
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My daughter's expressive vocabulary as of Dec 2012 (born May '11), including quasi-lexical interjections. No attempt is made to reflect (mis)pronunciation by phonetic spelling, even though it would...
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