Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [d'insmɔɹ]
Mr. Dinsmore was watching his daughter.
Phillis?" asked Mr. Dinsmore, looking excessively amused.
"I don't believe a word of it," said Mr. Dinsmore, looking sternly at him.
"But suppose papa was the one who had made her sorry; what then?" asked Mr. Dinsmore.
He opened his desk, wrote a sentence on a scrap of paper, and handed it to Mr. Dinsmore.
Mr. Dinsmore took this opportunity to pay another flying visit to his two young brothers.
Mr. Dinsmore looked excessively annoyed, and Edward "pshawed, and wished her at the bottom of the sea."
"Dinsmore and I were together almost constantly during the last six months of his life, and became very intimate.
"I am glad you are pleased with it, daughter," returned Mr. Dinsmore, opening the morning paper, which John had just brought up.
He had tarried behind in Philadelphia, as Mr. Dinsmore and his daughter passed through, but followed them to Cape Island a few days later.