Damsel [noun]

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Many other mines used them; one remained at work in Old Wheal Damsel in 1860.

He was met at the gates by a young damsel, habited as Flora, who delivered him the keys of the city.

The damsel, uninterrupted in her own loquacity, had not discovered that this witty gentleman was——dumb!

And such a voice as the little damsel had, it only wanted cultivation to have made her a fortune.

If the damsel smiled Once in seven years only, All their wanderings dreary Ample guerdon knew.

Now there was a damsel both young and fair, whose name was Maria, 138 and she was the daughter of the brother to Queen Zoe.

When the young man was obliged to leave the neighborhood of the damsel's residence, they met to say "good-by."

But your dreams, Leonard, if I remember, were mixed up with a comely damsel; and there is none here.

Each individual damsel looked upon the Rector as her especial prize, sure to be her own.

The forest it bloomed, the boughs leaves put forth— She excels every damsel in beauty and worth.