1 I'm roving about so, it's impossible to be regular, you know.
2 We are a set of rascals this morning, but we'll come home regular angels.
3 A regular menagerie appeared in barn and shed, for pet animals were allowed.
4 Beth is as regular about her tasks as a clock, and never forgets what you told her.
5 I admire to do it, and you'd be a regular little beauty with a touch here and there.
6 The correspondence flourished famously, and letters flew to and fro with unfailing regularity all through the early spring.
7 Amy had once called Valrosa a regular honeymoon home, so we went there, and were as happy as people are but once in their lives.
8 A whole fortnight of fun will be regularly splendid, replied Jo, looking like a windmill as she folded skirts with her long arms.
9 I'm going to write you a regular volume, for I've got heaps to tell, though I'm not a fine young lady traveling on the continent.
10 They'll make you sick, says Mamma to the young person who offers his services in the kitchen with unfailing regularity on plum-pudding day.
11 Have regular hours for work and play, make each day both useful and pleasant, and prove that you understand the worth of time by employing it well.
12 A regular snow maiden, with blue eyes, and yellow hair curling on her shoulders, pale and slender, and always carrying herself like a young lady mindful of her manners.
13 Beth was postmistress, for, being most at home, she could attend to it regularly, and dearly liked the daily task of unlocking the little door and distributing the mail.
14 The day in Richmond Park was charming, for we had a regular English picnic, and I had more splendid oaks and groups of deer than I could copy, also heard a nightingale, and saw larks go up.
15 The moment Aunt March took her nap, or was busy with company, Jo hurried to this quiet place, and curling herself up in the easy chair, devoured poetry, romance, history, travels, and pictures like a regular bookworm.
16 "This will be a regularly merry Christmas to me, with presents in the morning, you and letters in the afternoon, and a party at night," said Amy, as they alighted among the ruins of the old fort, and a flock of splendid peacocks came trooping about them, tamely waiting to be fed.
17 The great novelist vibrated between two decanters with the regularity of a pendulum; the famous divine flirted openly with one of the Madame de Staels of the age, who looked daggers at another Corinne, who was amiably satirizing her, after outmaneuvering her in efforts to absorb the profound philosopher, who imbibed tea Johnsonianly and appeared to slumber, the loquacity of the lady rendering speech impossible.
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