1 I always feel strong when you are at home, now Meg is gone.
2 Jo's one strong point was the fruit, for she had sugared it well, and had a pitcher of rich cream to eat with it.
3 And away he went, rumbling out the words with his strong voice and a relish which was good to see as well as hear.
4 Her once active limbs were so stiff and feeble that Jo took her for a daily airing about the house in her strong arms.
5 Amy came out so strong on this occasion that I think the good thoughts in the little chapel really began to bear fruit.
6 I rather miss my wild girl, but if I get a strong, helpful, tenderhearted woman in her place, I shall feel quite satisfied.
7 I fancy the boy, who was born in Italy, is not very strong, and the old man is afraid of losing him, which makes him so careful.
8 She had cherished her anger till it grew strong and took possession of her, as evil thoughts and feelings always do unless cast out at once.
9 "I think it was so splendid in Father to go as chaplain when he was too old to be drafted, and not strong enough for a soldier," said Meg warmly.
10 "I like good strong words that mean something," replied Jo, catching her hat as it took a leap off her head preparatory to flying away altogether.
11 Simple as the toilets were, there was a great deal of running up and down, laughing and talking, and at one time a strong smell of burned hair pervaded the house.
12 Laurie and his grandfather came over to see her off, and Mr. Brooke looked so strong and sensible and kind that the girls christened him 'Mr. Greatheart' on the spot.
13 Jo said this with such a droll imitation of May Chester's gushing style that Amy got out of the room as rapidly as possible, feeling a strong desire to laugh and cry at the same time.
14 It's strong and neat, so I ought not to complain, but I know I shall feel ashamed of it beside Annie's silk one with a gold top, sighed Meg, surveying the little umbrella with great disfavor.
15 Mr. Davis had evidently taken his coffee too strong that morning, there was an east wind, which always affected his neuralgia, and his pupils had not done him the credit which he felt he deserved.
16 But the 'up again and take another' spirit was as strong in Jo as in Jack, so she scrambled up on the shady side this time and got more booty, but nearly left behind her what was far more precious than the moneybags.
17 The little girl was very sincere in all this, for being left alone outside the safe home nest, she felt the need of some kind hand to hold by so sorely that she instinctively turned to the strong and tender Friend, whose fatherly love most closely surrounds His little children.
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