- n. Plural form of daughter.
“Her daughters or their daughters daughterswho knows who shall mate with them?”
““After the funeral no woman to enter the house save only _those defiled_; to wit — mother, wife, sisters, and daughters; beside these not more than five women and two girls, _daughters of first cousins_: beyond these, none.” (”
“One of our daughters is a public health nurse in Napa County, California and she was recently promoted to a supervisor position.”
“Sitting across from the father and his daughters is a thin young man, dressed rather nicely, if not a bit formally for the occasion.”
“But for Essy, though the Vicar did not know it, it was doubtful whether family prayers would have survived what he called his daughters 'godlessness.”
“They cary alwayes about them a bag full of herbes and drugs to cure the sicke diseased which for the most part are sick of the pocks, for they loue women and maidens exceedingly, which they call the daughters of the Sunne: and some of them are Sodomites.”
“When I call my daughters 'pediatrician with some health question, she always says "Hello!" as if she's genuinely thrilled to hear from me, and I've really noticed what a difference it makes on my feelings of warmth toward her.”
“Now I sometimes call my daughters sweet patootsies, although they never knew the goodness of their grandfather and have no idea what the words mean.”
“She denies those charges, but the charges ranged from assault to indecent assault to verbal abuse, all of those things happening within those walls by somebody that Oprah had hired to protect the very girls that she calls her daughters -- Michael.”
“And when I heard that, I heard him calling my daughters, who are not thugs, not in the street, not doing wrong, in college.”
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The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee."
The lake, it is said, never gives up ...
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