1 Of course she did, and had a capital time.
2 It was capital, but see what a guy it's made me.
3 It's grand fun and will straighten you up capitally.
4 I wish we could do something for that capital old Professor.
5 I just will, though, for it's capital, so shady, light, and big.
6 Beth's new 'ink bib' was capital, and Hannah's box of hard gingerbread will be a treasure.
7 She is a capital nurse, and you may trust the precious babies to her while you do more housework.
8 "She is putting on airs already," said Laurie, who regarded the idea in the light of a capital joke.
9 If I didn't care about doing right, and didn't feel uncomfortable when doing wrong, I should get on capitally.
10 You go to Aunt March's, and I'll come and take you out every day, driving or walking, and we'll have capital times.
11 If I was a boy, we'd run away together, and have a capital time, but as I'm a miserable girl, I must be proper and stop at home.
12 Laurie came every day, and wheedled Aunt March till Amy was allowed to go out with him, when they walked and rode and had capital times.
13 We'll have capital times after she is gone, for I shall be through college before long, and then we'll go abroad on some nice trip or other.
14 was a capital little institution, and flourished wonderfully, for nearly as many queer things passed through it as through the real post office.
15 Our cat ran away once, and he brought her back, and we talked over the fence, and were getting on capitally, all about cricket, and so on, when he saw Meg coming, and walked off.
16 They adopted Jo's plan of dividing the long seams into four parts, and calling the quarters Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, and in that way got on capitally, especially when they talked about the different countries as they stitched their way through them.
17 Laurie was her especial dread, but thanks to the new manager, he behaved with praiseworthy propriety, never called Mr. Bhaer 'a capital old fellow' in public, never alluded, in the remotest manner, to Jo's improved appearance, or expressed the least surprise at seeing the Professor's hat on the Marches' table nearly every evening.
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