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  • Frona waited a second, and then said, "Good-evening, all."

    CHAPTER 20

  • Good-evening, Mr. Maybold,” she said, in a strange state of mind.

    Under the Greenwood Tree

  • Good-evening, Mrs. Horrocks,” he said, and their hands touched.

    The Door in the Wall, and other stories

  • Good-evening to ye, sodger,” says the fellow, stepping close up to Bagg, and staring him in the face.


  • Good-evening again, Eleanor,” he said, bowing over her hand.

    The Years

  • Good-evening, madame!” he said, bending over her in his foreign way.

    The Years

  • Good-evening,” muttered John, summoning his brains from the wild places.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • Good-evening, friend! are you deaf?’ but the figure never replied.

    The Orange Fairy Book

  • Good-evening, Beauty,” she answered cheerfully and managed to conceal her terror.

    The Blue Fairy Book

  • Good-evening!” said I. Fury welled up in me, blazing with brutal strength.



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