old attic

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  • He had not even the old attic to call his home. Cited from Christie's Old Organ , by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • We see that there is no more natural order than in a dusty old attic. Cited from Public Opinion, by Walter Lippmann
  • She reached the old attic, and then started back with an expression of dismay. Cited from A Girl of the People, by L. T. Meade
  • Old Attic had two miserable rooms here, where he conducted his even more miserable business! Cited from Adventures of Jimmie Dale, by F. L. Packard
  • She's going straight up to bed, after that darned old attic. Cited from Half Portions, by Edna Ferber
  • It was not the first time that same Testament had been in that old attic. Cited from Christie's Old Organ , by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • The set design is built to give the perception of an old attic where the performers tell the audience a story.
  • He was in Paris again, in his old attic; it was spring, and his beloved city as beautiful as ever. Cited from Nest Builder, by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
  • It was less like a workshop than an old attic. Cited from The Woman Who Toils, by Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst
  • And he could not forget the old attic which had been the first place, since his mother's death, that he had been able to call home. Cited from Christie's Old Organ , by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • He was sure, too, there were many other fascinating relics stored away in this old attic. Cited from The Fortunes of Oliver Horn, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • "If ever you miss me, you've only to hunt for an old attic near by, and there you'll find me." Cited from Everychild, by Louis Dodge
  • When I at last reached my room, my first act was to pull aside my shade and take a peep at the old attic window. Cited from The Mayor's Wife, by Anna Katharine Green
  • His style was harsh and broken in character, and a parody on the Old Attic. Cited from On the Sublime, by Longinus
  • Instead, it is more like the lumber of an old attic, or the contents of a boy's pocket. Cited from Confessions of Boyhood, by John Albee
  • How lovely she was, in the faint gleams of light that fell about her, there in the dim old attic! Cited from Marie, by Laura E. Richards
  • But the mansion seemed filled with the old attic scent, Wherever my footsteps would go. Cited from The Englishman and Other Poems, by E. Wilcox
  • She wondered if she could slip upstairs unperceived -- she wondered if her old attic were still unoccupied. Cited from A Girl of the People, by L. T. Meade
  • He had often turned the handle of the barrel-organ in the lonely old attic, but that was a very different thing to playing it in the street. Cited from Christie's Old Organ , by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • She was not the least like the bright little Dickory who used to laugh and show her dimples in the old attic-nursery at home. Cited from Dickory Dock, by L. T. Meade
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