1 orange groves sleeping in the moonlight, broke the.
2 "He is younger than she, you know," began Mrs. March, but Jo broke in.
3 You know I proposed the cupboard, broke in Snodgrass, who was enjoying the joke amazingly.
4 The house was still as death, and nothing but the wailing of the wind broke the deep hush.
5 She did not finish her speech, for Belle shook her head at her and broke in, saying kindly.
6 The fatherly voice broke more than once, which only seemed to make the service more beautiful and solemn.
7 I can't, dear, because you aren't invited," began Meg, but Jo broke in impatiently, "Now, Meg, be quiet or you will spoil it all.
8 So it was an unusually lively meeting, and did not adjourn till a late hour, when it broke up with three shrill cheers for the new member.
9 It was a little thing, but it went straight to their hearts, and in spite of their brave resolutions, they all broke down and cried bitterly.
10 She never broke her word, and was much exercised in her mind how to get round it, and at last devised a plan whereby she could satisfy herself.
11 All began bravely, but broke down one by one till Beth was left alone, singing with all her heart, for to her music was always a sweet consoler.
12 They felt this most when singing time came, for Beth could only play, Jo stood dumb as a stone, and Amy broke down, so Meg and Mother sang alone.
13 I love to teach, and this is easier than German, broke in John, getting possession of the other hand, so that she had no way of hiding her face as he bent to look into it.
14 "I am not sorry you lost them, for you broke the rules, and deserved some punishment for disobedience," was the severe reply, which rather disappointed the young lady, who expected nothing but sympathy.
15 "If Meg had four, the house wouldn't hold them, and master and missis would have to camp in the garden," broke in Jo, who, enveloped in a big blue pinafore, was giving the last polish to the door handles.
16 It broke the ice in the beginning by producing a laugh, it created quite a refreshing breeze, flapping to and fro as she rowed, and would make an excellent umbrella for the whole party, if a shower came up, she said.
17 Instantly, Sir What's-his-name recovered himself, pitched the tyrant out of the window, and turned to join the lady, victorious, but with a bump on his brow, found the door locked, tore up the curtains, made a rope ladder, got halfway down when the ladder broke, and he went headfirst into the moat, sixty feet below.
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