Let the little dearie turn in and get her night's rest ondisturbed by any anxiety on your account.
I gave unto my dearie A lock of my gowden hair, His sword I buckled cheerie, And kiss’d his brow sae fair.
Brave Mars, thou God of Battle, My heart now speaks to thee, When cannons loudly rattle, On my dearie keep thine e’e.
Oh, seest not the dearie So fit for embracing, Her patience distressing, The bestial a-chasing, And she alone!
And when the welcome simmer-shower Has cheer'd ilk drooping little flower, We'll to the breathing woodbine bower At sultry noon, mydearie O.
God: my dearie Dubbleskey, for my dear God's sake.
Dearie me, I must go and take a glass of cream to my honey-bird, for that between-meal snack that Tom Mayberry are so perticular about.
Dearie me," said Mother Mayberry, as she paused in her busy manoeuvers to take in what Miss Wingate proudly declared to be the completed effect, "everybody will think they have walked into a flower show.
Dearie me," said Mother anxiously, for the Pike teether had up to this time been the Doctor's prize patient.
Dearie me, Tom had oughter known better than that about one of your spells," said Mother.
Dearie me, you've put in the milk a little too liberal!
Dearie me, if you ain't gone and made 'em both for the same leg!
Dearie me," said Mother Mayberry with mild exasperation in her voice.
Dearie me, but he was handsome and he spoke words of sense that the other gray-haired man seemed to have forgot!
I told him--Dearie me, somebody's calling at the front gate!
Dearie me," said Mother as she returned from guiding her guest down the front walk and into the shaded Road, "it do seem that Squire Tutt gets more rantankerous every day.
Dearie me, it do beat all how some plans of life fall down in the oven," said the Doctor's mother, as she eyed Miss Wingate with her most quizzical smile quirking up the corners of her humorous mouth.
How sad it is to kiss dearie and the others good bye and have the many cute sayings of a strongly attached baby ringing in your ears, not only through the dreary, lonesome days but long after the shadows fall.
My Dearie a safety-pin man--in a dress suit--not much!
For two solid weeks, every day Honey met Dearie after office hours and they practiced trotting the fox trot, stepping the one-step, and negotiating the tango and the hesitation.
Dearie was shabby, and for the first time in his life he had realized the disadvantage of it.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "dearie" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.