1 It will please her very much, I know, said Meg, with a frown for Jo and a smile for Beth.
2 Mrs. March smiled and began at once, for she had told stories to this little audience for many years, and knew how to please them.
3 Tell on, please, he said, taking his face out of the sofa cushion, red and shining with merriment.
4 He shook hands kindly, but looked as if something did not please him.
5 It will please him very much, and be a nice way of thanking him.
6 Now do let me please myself by dressing you up in style.
7 please don't forget Amy's napkin.
8 I like to please Laurie, and I'm not afraid of Mr. Brooke, he is so kind.
9 "Go on, please," said Laurie, as Jo became absorbed in her work, looking a trifle displeased.
10 I ought to be satisfied to please Grandfather, and I do try, but it's working against the grain, you see, and comes hard.
11 But he's set, and I've got to do just as he did, unless I break away and please myself, as my father did.
12 Do your best at college, and when he sees that you try to please him, I'm sure he won't be hard on you or unjust to you.
13 I want you to read that, please, and tell me if it is legal and right.
14 "Oh no, please don't, I'd rather not," she said, trying to withdraw her hand, and looking frightened in spite of her denial.
15 "I shall marry whom I please, Aunt March, and you can leave your money to anyone you like," she said, nodding her head with a resolute air.