1 Gladly would I give it if I could, but I only.
2 We can't give up our girls for a dozen fortunes.
3 It's a nonsensical notion of mine, and I'm not going to give up to it.
4 Sir, I give you my word as a gentleman, Laurie won't do anything of the sort.
5 "Let's give it to him," whispered Laurie to Jo, who nodded and asked at once.
6 Mother didn't say anything about our money, and she won't wish us to give up everything.
7 We'll never draw that curtain any more, and I give you leave to look as much as you like.
8 He spoke so cheerfully, looked so sincere, and seemed so glad to give his all, that I was ashamed of myself.
9 Going to college ought to satisfy him, for if I give him four years he ought to let me off from the business.
10 On the afternoon of the second day, she went out to do an errand, and give poor Joanna, the invalid doll, her daily exercise.
11 You can't sit with us, for our seats are reserved, and you mustn't sit alone, so Laurie will give you his place, and that will spoil our pleasure.
12 I used to be so frightened when it was my turn to sit in the chair with the crown on, and see you all come marching round to give the presents, with a kiss.
13 I wish I hadn't smashed my coral bracelet, for you might have had it, said Jo, who loved to give and lend, but whose possessions were usually too dilapidated to be of much use.
14 "Never mind, I'll get the dinner and be servant, you be mistress, keep your hands nice, see company, and give orders," said Jo, who knew still less than Meg about culinary affairs.
15 By-and-by a diver came down, and the mermaid said, 'I'll give you a box of pearls if you can take it up,' for she wanted to restore the poor things to life, and couldn't raise the heavy load herself.
16 Poor Jo would gladly have gone under the table, as one thing after another was tasted and left, while Amy giggled, Meg looked distressed, Miss Crocker pursed her lips, and Laurie talked and laughed with all his might to give a cheerful tone to the festive scene.
17 "Yes, I've learned to check the hasty words that rise to my lips, and when I feel that they mean to break out against my will, I just go away for a minute, and give myself a little shake for being so weak and wicked," answered Mrs. March with a sigh and a smile, as she smoothed and fastened up Jo's disheveled hair.
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