1 But please hug and kiss me, everyone, and don't mind my dress.
2 Give him my lovingest hug that ever was, and kiss yourself a dozen times for your.
3 We didn't open it, but we are dying to know what he says, cried Jo, hugging her sister and offering the note.
4 Amy spoke earnestly, and Jo said, with a cordial hug, "I understand now what you mean, and I'll never laugh at you again."
5 Fortunately the child was moved to hug her, so she managed to hide her face an instant, hoping the Professor did not see it.
6 Neither said a word, but they hugged one another close, in spite of the blankets, and everything was forgiven and forgotten in one hearty kiss.
7 And Amy, the dignified, tumbled over a stool, and never stopping to get up, hugged and cried over her father's boots in the most touching manner.
8 I felt a little low in my mind as I sat up in my room after tea, and when the big, muddy, battered-looking bundle was brought to me, I just hugged it and pranced.
9 In trooped the whole family, and everyone was hugged and kissed all over again, and after several vain attempts, the three wanderers were set down to be looked at and exulted over.
10 "You do look just like our own dear Meg, only so very sweet and lovely that I should hug you if it wouldn't crumple your dress," cried Amy, surveying her with delight when all was done.
11 Come, then, and take a goot hug from him, my Tina, said the Professor, catching her up with a laugh, and holding her so high over his head that she had to stoop her little face to kiss him.
12 Jo gave her sister an encouraging pat on the shoulder as they parted for the day, each going a different way, each hugging her little warm turnover, and each trying to be cheerful in spite of wintry weather, hard work, and the unsatisfied desires of pleasure-loving youth.
13 As everyone exclaimed, and Beth hugged the cropped head tenderly, Jo assumed an indifferent air, which did not deceive anyone a particle, and said, rumpling up the brown bush and trying to look as if she liked it, "It doesn't affect the fate of the nation, so don't wail, Beth."