Usage examples for Eddie

  1. He just did make it, and he told the Judge and Eddie and me that he ain't had such a good time since he left home. – Ruggles of Red Gap by Harry Leon Wilson
  2. Eddie was the estate. – In a Little Town by Rupert Hughes
  3. Ellaphine carried off Eddie Pouch- the very Eddie of whom his mother used to say, " He's little, but oh, my!" – In a Little Town by Rupert Hughes
  4. The morning after his visit to the abode of Elias Droom, Eddie Deever strolled into the office of Bobby Rigby. – Jane Cable by George Barr McCutcheon
  5. Eddie Murphy has this hoss 'n' Duckfoot Johnson's swipin' him. – Blister Jones by John Taintor Foote
  6. Eddie was down, whispering eagerly to Bud. – Cow-Country by B. M. Bower
  7. " Wait a minute, Eddie," protested Miss Keating; " what's your hurry?" – Jane Cable by George Barr McCutcheon
  8. But you said: 'Aw, don't you care, Eddie! – In a Little Town by Rupert Hughes
  9. Milo and Eddie got friendly too, and found a harbor behind the barn where they could smoke and swap sympathy. – Cape Cod Stories The Old Home House by Joseph C. Lincoln
  10. By the way, Eddie, this must not go any farther. – Her Weight in Gold by George Barr McCutcheon
  11. " They are from Eddie Townshield," she announced, kindly relieving her visitor's curiosity. – From the Housetops by George Barr McCutcheon
  12. It's up to you, Eddie. – The Dark Star by Robert W. Chambers
  13. And I suppose you think Eddie Bell is beautiful! – Patty's Suitors by Carolyn Wells
  14. He paused and then added: " O, it was my profoundest wish that Eddie might some day take my place, and be the comfort of my old age." – The Mystery of Monastery Farm by H. R. Naylor
  15. She had to live, to take care of Eddie. – Hillsboro People by Dorothy Canfield
  16. Lord Parham was set down to cards with Kitty, Eddie Helston, and Lord Grosville. – The Marriage of William Ashe by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  17. No. Eddie will give me a hand if I need it. – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  18. 18. The Stuart letter is, for the most part, devoted to the narration of " some facts" which Mr. Stuart is said to have presented to Mr. Herndon, beginning with this: " That Eddie, a child of Mr. Lincoln, died in 1848 or 1849," etc. – Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? by John B. Remsburg
  19. Eddie watched him fascinatedly. – Cow-Country by B. M. Bower