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“Her "bunnit," which she had looked upon as "sp'ilt," had been so far restored by a skilful milliner that she was able to wear it for best.”
“She still wears for best the "bunnit" presented her by Cynthy Ann, which, notwithstanding its mishap, seems likely to last her to the end of her natural life.”
“In the case of the Tartan Army look it is accessorised with a football (soccer) shirt, in the team strip, a flag (wrapped round the shoulders), a "hey you, jimmy" hat (fake red hair under a tartan bunnit)and several identically attired mates.”
“I just made up my mind they should have all the care if they wanted it; it didn't seem as if there was anything more I could do for Sister Barsett, an 'I set there in the kitchen within call an' waited, an 'when I heard 'em sayin', 'There, she's gone, she's gone!' and Mis 'Deckett a-weepin', I put on my bunnit and stepped myself out into the road.”
“She had a basket on her head, an 'a bunnit on her arm!”
“Christmas tree she's got on fer a bunnit, gits me!”
“Miss Blout's bunnit," in which odd carriage, made of roses and ribbons,”
“An 'as for trimmin', why say, Mr. Redbird, I'll jest leave it to you if she ain't all trimmed up like a woman's spring bunnit.”
“Of course, I don't need anything for myself -- this dress and bunnit are good enough -- but Allie's got to have new fixin's, from the inside out.”
“I should n't have concerned me about the bunnit for a month yet, nobody would notice, but havin 'an occasion like this I shall show consider'ble.”
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