All Noun Adjective
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  • Well, deary, far be it from me to say how long this war will last. Cited from Love Letters of a Rookie to Julie, by Barney Stone
  • Oh deary me, what I have to put up with from her! Cited from Indian Lily and Other Stories,by Hermann Sudermann
  • We all miss you so much, deary, though we don't miss so many little things as when you were here. Cited from New Burlesques, by Bret Harte
  • Deary discovered he had a knack for writing in his high school years.
  • Deary looked for major turning points in history and tried to find ways to dramatise those events.
  • When she was little -- there, deary, hear me run on! Cited from Four Girls and a Compact,by Annie Hamilton Donnell
  • I have taken trifles from children now and then, my deary, but not often. Cited from Dombey and Son, by Charles Dickens
  • Deary later said he had had a "negative experience" with the show.
  • You want a locket, deary; so I send one that my mother gave me years ago. Cited from An Old-fashioned Girl, by Louisa May Alcott
  • "Is your mother dead, my deary?" she asked, while the tears shone in her own eyes. Cited from A Sailor's Lass, by Emma Leslie
  • "Go on, deary, go on; don't you know the next bit?" Cited from A Sailor's Lass, by Emma Leslie
  • "Yes, deary, but John heard him say it, and wrote it down for us." Cited from Three People, by Pansy
  • Deary me, I can think of no more! Cited from Giles Corey, Yeoman, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • Don't cry, deary, you are not wet enough to do any harm. Cited from The Insect Folk, by Margaret Warner Morley
  • Now, deary, take a little more stimulant, and then don't talk. Cited from His Sombre Rivals, by E. P. Roe
  • Deary me, it's often the same with myself. Cited from Hetty Gray, by Rosa Mulholland [AKA: Lady Rosa Mulholland Gilbert]
  • "He wants to study and learn, deary, don't you see?" Cited from Three People, by Pansy
  • "You didn't think it was love, did you, deary?" Cited from The Strange Case of Cavendish, by Randall Parrish
  • "And what is it, deary?" asked the already rich and gifted young person. Cited from Little Citizens, by Myra Kelly
  • Deary decided that the book only gave the British viewpoint during World War II.
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How Deary gets used