10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYSTERICKY»
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The Facts on File Dictionary of American Regionalisms
hystericky 377 buggies, joltwagons and hug-me-tights.” (Jesse Stuart, “Whose
Land Is This?” 1942) hull Whole. “I want the hull amount right now.” hull-gull A
game played with small stones, round nuts or marbles in which one player
The Rector of St. Bardolph's: Or, Superannuated
Admitted into the study, she sat down, and with many sobs and sighs and pitiable
inflections, in the midst of drowning floods and with an hystericky abruptness, told
the story of her wrongs. " She loved her church, he-he-he-hik-e-he.
Frederick William Shelton, 1853
The Peterson Magazine: 1881
Madam was hystericky, that's all. Hippo don't kill nobody; a sniff of camphor
generally brings 'em to. I took my own bottle out of the closet, and went up to her
bowder room, poured some inter the holler of my hand, which I held close over
Ann Sophia Stephens, Charles Jacobs Peterson, 1881
The story of Abraham Lincoln: or, The journey from the log ...
Uncle John Hall smiled and accused me of getting "hystericky ag'in." "I'll chirk ye
up right smart with a circus story," he said, and at once proceeded to tell the
following: THE CIRCUS STORY "In the year 1835, one time when Uncle Abe was
The Wit and Humor of America
My wife very hystericky and forever in a smock and declareth she would be dead
and married life a delusion, the which opinion I take small issue with having my
hands full of business and Lasselle forever at my heels with our affair of the mine
Marshall Pinckney Wilder, 1911
The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes: The guardian angel. 1895
... anyhow, — old Dr. Hurl- but called in, — had her hair cut, — hystericky, etc., etc
. Myrtle was contented with this statement, and asked no questions, and it was a
perfectly understood thing that nobody alluded to the subject in her presence.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1895
The Works of Washington Irving: Bracebridge Hall
During the present gayety of the house, however, the poor girl has 'worn a face
full of trouble ; and, to use the housekeeper's words, " has fallen into a sad
hystericky way lately." It seems that she was born and brought up in the village,
"This is the hull sum and substance on't, parson," explained the deacon: "Miss
Flint is a miser'ble, hystericky female, a dreadful weak vessel, and noways
inclined to foller Scripter in the marriage relation. I've gin her the same livin' I had
Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, 1881
The Works of Washington Irving
During the present gayety of the house, however, the poor girl has worn a face
full of trouble; and, to use the housekeeper's words, “has fallen into a sad
hystericky way lately.” It seems that she was born and brought up in the village,
where her ...
Bracebridge Hall ; Tales of a Traveller ; The Alhambra
During the present gaiety of the house, however, the poor girl has worn a face full
of trouble; and, to use the housekeeper's words, "has fallen into a sad hystericky
way lately." It seems that she was born and brought up in the village, where her ...
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Rayman Origins - recenze
Co se týče hudby, je mile nepříčetná, hystericky roztomilá, pro pozorovatele pravděpodobně extrémně otravná, pro hráče libozvučná. «GAMES.cz, Dec 11»