1 So I thought, as a little lesson, I would show you what happens when everyone thinks only of herself.
2 In novels, the girls show it by starting and blushing, fainting away, growing thin, and acting like fools.
3 I'm not a show, Aunty, and no one is coming to stare at me, to criticize my dress, or count the cost of my luncheon.
4 John, dear, I'm ashamed to show you my book, for I've really been dreadfully extravagant lately.
5 I hate such things, and though I think I've a right to be hurt, I don't intend to show it.
6 I've tried to show it, but you wouldn't let me.
7 I'll show you how, for I've studied you while we were frolicking, and I'm not at all satisfied with you.
8 There was a good deal to show, and by-and-by she saw, and was grateful for it.
9 I was a boy then, headstrong and violent, and it took a hard lesson to show me my mistake.
10 Now I shall haf to show thee all my heart, and I so gladly will, because thou must take care of it hereafter.
11 But come here and let me show you what I have bought.
12 It isn't anything, only they all felt kindly and wanted to show it.
13 This is the house, father stranger, which you would have me show you.
14 Here she ended, and dawn enthroned in gold began to show in heaven, whereon she returned inland.
15 One day, therefore, I went up inland that I might pray heaven to show me some means of getting away.