"M.D." means that he was a proper doctor and knew a whole lot
I've ben to the library a whole lot, but most of the books I've tackled have ben over my head.
I've seen a whole lot of life, an' somehow I've seen a whole lot more of it than most of them that was with me.
Then just as they seemed to have made up their mind to kill me, up strode Scarlett Trent alone, if you please, and he walked up to the whole lot
of 'em as bold as brass.
He's put away a whole lot
of cleverer and better men than him.
"If he is, and spouts a whole lot
of that bone-dry stuff about the ancient Mayan civilization and their antiquities, with side lights on how the old-time Indians used to scalp their enemies, I'm going to the moving pictures!
Every jay in the whole lot
put his eye to the hole and delivered a more chuckle-headed opinion about the mystery than the jay that went there before him.
I guess my worst adventure was two years ago when a whole lot
of us were coasting on Uncle Rogers hill.
Dominic gave the order to throw the whole lot
If a chest full of lace and satin and jewels had been sent her from some unknown source, how could she but have thought that her whole lot
was going to change, and that to-morrow some still more bewildering joy would befall her?
Well, he had escaped love so far, just as he had escaped smallpox; yet there it was, as contagious as smallpox, and a whole lot
worse in running its course.
I might have seen and healthily enjoyed a whole lot
more of the Bonin Islands, if I had done what I ought to have done.
"Say, bein' married is a whole lot
more than it's cracked up to be by most married folks.
Dickon's got a whole lot
of 'em planted in our bit o' garden."