But the little old
woman walked up to Dorothy, made a low bow and said, in a sweet voice:
He is an exceedingly puffy little old
gentleman, with big circular eyes and a huge double chin.
When the little boy was about six years of age a strange man came to their attic home to visit the little old
As I approached it I saw that it was the dead and mummified remains of a little old
woman with long black hair, and the thing it leaned over was a small charcoal burner upon which rested a round copper vessel containing a small quantity of greenish powder.
The little old
grey man met him likewise, and asked him for a piece of cake and a drink of wine.
The little old
lady's hearing was remarkably quick.
The haggard aspect of the little old
man was wonderfully suited to the place; he might have groped among old churches and tombs and deserted houses and gathered all the spoils with his own hands.
This was an amazing little old
woman, with a face like a staring wooden doll too cheap for expression, and a stiff yellow wig perched unevenly on the top of her head, as if the child who owned the doll had driven a tack through it anywhere, so that it only got fastened on.
She came to a little old
house with a great deal of grass growing round, and stood in front of a little heap of wood.
As for our landlady, she is a dirty little old
woman who always walks about in a dressing-gown and slippers, and never ceases to shout at Theresa.
For this new edition adds to the original merits of the work the very substantial charm of abundant illustrations, first-rate in subject and execution, and of three kinds--copper-plate likenesses of actors and other personages connected with theatrical history; a series of delicate, picturesque, highly detailed woodcuts of theatrical topography, chiefly the little old
theatres; and, by way of tail-pieces to the chapters, a second series of woodcuts of a vigour and reality of information, within very limited compass, which make one think of Callot and the German  "little masters," depicting Garrick and other famous actors in their favourite scenes.
Straight down there," answered the little old
woman, pointing to a tiny shadow, no bigger than a nutshell, floating on the sea.
There should be a lot of friendly ghosts about this little old
I never was cleaned so lightly and quickly as by that little old
The blue- bottles buzzed about the wall, and a little old
mouse picked over the rubbish among the jam pots.