1 It's all a mistake, he didn't send it.
2 She really did her best to make Amy happy, but, dear me, what mistakes she made.
3 Mr. Brooke kissed Meg entirely by mistake, as he somewhat incoherently explained.
4 I was a boy then, headstrong and violent, and it took a hard lesson to show me my mistake.
5 It's all right, dear, and a very pretty idea, quite sensible too, for no one can ever mistake now.
6 I mean it kindly, and don't want you to spoil your whole life by making a mistake at the beginning.
7 Teddy was only a boy, and soon got over his little fancy, said Jo, anxious to correct the Professor's mistake.
8 It's a great mistake for young girls like Meg to leave themselves nothing to do but dress, give orders, and gossip.
9 So they did, but their mistake was in ceasing to do well, and they learned this lesson through much anxiety and regret.
10 Mr. Bhaer was going away, he only cared for her as a friend, it was all a mistake, and the sooner it was over the better.
11 Then Father came to the rescue, quietly managed everything, and made himself so helpful that I saw my mistake, and never have been able to get on without him since.
12 What happy times they had planning together, what solemn shopping excursions, what funny mistakes they made, and what shouts of laughter arose over Laurie's ridiculous bargains.
13 Of course it was uphill work at first, and Jo made queer mistakes, but the wise Professor steered her safely into calmer waters, and the most rampant ragamuffin was conquered in the end.
14 Meg had an unusual number of callers to keep her at home, and Jo was in such a divided state of mind that her breakages, accidents, and mistakes were uncommonly numerous, serious, and trying.
15 Our burdens are here, our road is before us, and the longing for goodness and happiness is the guide that leads us through many troubles and mistakes to the peace which is a true Celestial City.
16 A very natural and forgivable mistake, Meg, but one that had better be remedied before you take to different ways, for children should draw you nearer than ever, not separate you, as if they were all yours, and John had nothing to do but support them.
17 The minute it was made Jo saw her mistake, but fearing to make the matter worse, suddenly remembered that it was for her to make the first move toward departure, and did so with an abruptness that left three people with half-finished sentences in their mouths.
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