1 Truth isn't a bad game, said Fred.
2 Mr. Brooke chose Meg, Kate, and Fred.
3 "Now my turn," said Fred, as his hand came last.
4 Fred was close behind her and his turn came before hers.
5 Jo and Fred had several skirmishes and once narrowly escaped high words.
6 I have a pony at home, and ride nearly every day in the park with Fred and Kate.
7 Miss Jo owes me one, so you are finished, cried Fred excitedly, as they all drew near to see the finish.
8 Miss Kate and Mr. Brooke, Meg, and Ned declined, but Fred, Sallie, Jo, and Laurie piled and drew, and the lot fell to Laurie.
9 It's simmering now, so I hope he'll keep out of my way, returned Jo, biting her lips as she glowered at Fred from under her big hat.
10 Dance a hornpipe," cut in Fred, as Jo paused for breath, "and, as they danced, the rubbishy old castle turned to a man-of-war in full sail.
11 Both are tall fellows with whiskers, Fred handsome in the English style, and Frank much better, for he only limps slightly, and uses no crutches.
12 Sallie Gardiner was absorbed in keeping her white pique dress clean and chattering with the ubiquitous Fred, who kept Beth in constant terror by his pranks.
13 I'll harrrow up your feelings first by asking if you don't think you are something of a flirt, said Laurie, as Jo nodded to Fred as a sign that peace was declared.
14 Laurie and Jo rowed one boat, Mr. Brooke and Ned the other, while Fred Vaughn, the riotous twin, did his best to upset both by paddling about in a wherry like a disturbed water bug.
15 They went to the theater with us, and we did have such a good time, for Frank devoted himself to Flo, and Fred and I talked over past, present, and future fun as if we had known each other all our days.
16 Jo opened her lips to say something rude, but checked herself in time, colored up to her forehead and stood a minute, hammering down a wicket with all her might, while Fred hit the stake and declared himself out with much exultation.
17 We 'did' London to our heart's content, thanks to Fred and Frank, and were sorry to go away, for though English people are slow to take you in, when they once make up their minds to do it they cannot be outdone in hospitality, I think.
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