old girl


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old girl

n. an old lady; a lively old lady. What makes an old girl like that so feisty?
See also: girl, old
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That old girl reappearing by and by, quite fresh, and sitting down to her needlework, then and only then--the greens being only then to be considered as entirely off her mind--Mr.
Bagnet, but having an eye solely on the old girl all the time, as Bagnet has himself.
Bagnet's opinion, as delivered through the old girl, and it so relieves Mr.
Good-bye, old girl," he said; "don't you worry about me.
Stay there, old girl,' said Joe, 'and let us see whether there's any little commission for me to-day.
That was a two-edged thrust, for Trix was decidedly an old girl, and Tom was generally regarded as a hapless victim.
Come down--come down, old girl, with all your young; and lend us a hand to carry up the meat;-- why, what a frolic you ar' in, woman
You needn't look anxious about me any more, old girl.
Or they learn in godly-gay style to play the harp with a hymn-poet, who would fain harp himself into the heart of young girls:--for he hath tired of old girls and their praises.