- From dear + -est, superlative-forming suffix. (Wiktionary)
“Dearest, dearest, _dearest_ Joan -- The first thing you have thoroughly to realise is that it doesn't matter _what_ you say or what mother says or what any one says.”
“You can't frighten me, dearest, _dearest_!" she said exultantly.”
“Those who know him best say that the title dearest to his heart is that of "Founder of the New York Tribune.”
“Of course I know, and it's only seven cents more, and the dearest is the cheapest, I say.”
“Christopher Ciccone, her brother dearest, is writing the thing.”
“This is very easy to see when someone we call our dearest friend says something to us and, on the basis of that, our feelings about that person change quite quickly.”
“OK, maybe this will convince you -- the sudden reason he's all Daddy dearest is he wants to introduce you to his sick mother.”
“I have already heard your tragic story from my glass sluts. â€ The Beloved Uncles eyes glimmered with bursting glee. â€œI want to show you something. â€ He took his cane from under his arm and hoisted the gleaming metal before me. â€œThis, Brandy dearest, is the Sphincter Stick.”
“And while I'm on the subject of my dearest, is there some reason men do not throw out empty bottles?”
“Thus he wrote his name upon the books of history with the title dearest to his heart, -- the liberator of the slave.”
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