from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A meeting of ship-captains held on board one of several whaling-ships when ice-bound in company. See the quotation.
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- proper noun An alternative spelling of
Molly, diminutiveof the female given name Mary.
- proper noun a diminutive of
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- noun popular aquarium fish
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My own dear Mollie is far away in Japan with our little darlings, and I am left here alone; During the day I am busy but at night I feel solitary and sometimes not a litte homesick.
I do need to mention that both of these recipes did appear in Mollie's "Vegetable Heaven" cookbook, although when I went to her website to copy the recipes (lazy, lazy me!)
Now back again Mollie to the news after a little deviation which (deviation) I will leave for you to trace on further for yourself as I have not the time.
My own dear Mollie is far away in Japan with our little darlings, and I am left here alone; During the day I am busy but at night I feel solitary and sometimes not a littlehomesick -- I miss my Mary very much and little Mellie, Charlie and Edgar, and as I often think of you too I have thought to write you a few times by this mail.
Dr. Willett speaks science, and Mollie is a wonderful cookbook guru.
Mollie from the now-defunct Greener Pastures described a great relief after crossing the border, at not being part of this insanity any more.
Soon Mollie is confronted by the "dedicated" animals, and she quietly leaves the farm.
Mollie is the animal who is most opposed to the new government under Napoleon.
Mollie is a horse who likes wearing ribbons (which represent luxury) and being pampered by humans.
While Jim was putting Dan in I called Mollie and had her halter put on and kept her near Dandy.