1 It was the best thing she could have said.
2 Martha, help her to slip on her best dress.
3 "She's the best sick nurse I know," said Dr. Craven.
4 "The Magic works best when you work, yourself," he said this morning.
5 Well," she said, "he's th best lad as ever was born, but us never thought he was handsome.
6 After he had turned a few trowelfuls of soil he spoke exultantly to Dickon in his best Yorkshire.
7 Bursting their jackets one day and the next turning up their noses at the best meals Cook can tempt them with.
8 She had on her best black dress and cap, and her collar was fastened with a large brooch with a picture of a man's face on it.
9 He tried one experiment after another as he felt himself gaining strength and it was Dickon who showed him the best things of all.
10 When she had had a headache in India she had done her best to see that everybody else also had a headache or something quite as bad.
11 He liked the mysteriousness of it and did his best, but in the midst of excited enjoyment it is rather difficult never to laugh above a whisper.
12 She was no more used to considering other people than Colin was and she saw no reason why an ill-tempered boy should interfere with the thing she liked best.
13 Mrs. Medlock had allowed Martha to sleep all night at the cottage, but she was back at her work in the morning with cheeks redder than ever and in the best of spirits.
14 "It's the best thing that could happen to the sickly pampered thing to have some one to stand up to him that's as spoiled as himself;" and she laughed into her handkerchief again.
15 She did not know that this was the best thing she could have done, and she did not know that, when she began to walk quickly or even run along the paths and down the avenue, she was stirring her slow blood and making herself stronger by fighting with the wind which swept down from the moor.