1 You'd have to take your favorite one.
2 It was her favorite way of spending the hour of dusk.
3 Beth went to the piano and played the father's favorite hymn.
4 'Heart's-ease is my favorite flower, and these will always remind me of the gentle giver.
5 I wish my favorite playmate Kitty Bryant to have the blue silk apron and my gold-bead ring with a kiss.
6 The room was very still, when the clear voice failed suddenly at the last line of Beth's favorite hymn.
7 They all loved it, for it was a family refuge, and one corner had always been Jo's favorite lounging place.
8 She was a great favorite with her mates, being good-tempered and possessing the happy art of pleasing without effort.
9 I give you leave, returned Laurie, who enjoyed having someone to tease, after his long abstinence from his favorite pastime.
10 May Chester was rather jealous of Amy because the latter was a greater favorite than herself, and just at this time several trifling circumstances occurred to increase the feeling.
11 This was Jo's favorite refuge, and here she loved to retire with half a dozen russets and a nice book, to enjoy the quiet and the society of a pet rat who lived near by and didn't mind her a particle.
12 A warning look from her mother checked any further remarks, and the whole family ate in heroic silence, till Mr. March mildly observed, "salad was one of the favorite dishes of the ancients, and Evelyn."
13 Amy was taken possession of by Mrs. Lamb, with whom she was a favorite, and forced to hear a long account of Lucretia's last attack, while three delightful young gentlemen hovered near, waiting for a pause when they might rush in and rescue her.
14 She leaned her forehead on the cool pane, and stood half hidden by the curtains, never minding that her favorite waltz had begun, till some one touched her, and turning, she saw Laurie, looking penitent, as he said, with his very best bow and his hand out.
15 Jo lounged in her favorite low seat, with the grave quiet look which best became her, and Laurie, leaning on the back of her chair, his chin on a level with her curly head, smiled with his friendliest aspect, and nodded at her in the long glass which reflected them both.
16 One night when Beth looked among the books upon her table, to find something to make her forget the mortal weariness that was almost as hard to bear as pain, as she turned the leaves of her old favorite, Pilgrims's Progress, she found a little paper, scribbled over in Jo's hand.
17 In this room there was a wardrobe full of old-fashioned costumes with which Esther allowed her to play, and it was her favorite amusement to array herself in the faded brocades, and parade up and down before the long mirror, making stately curtsies, and sweeping her train about with a rustle which delighted her ears.
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