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cousin

Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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But, Aunt Chloe, I'm getting mighty hungry," said George.
And I peeped out, and in a little while Tom's Aunt Polly shook herself loose and stood there looking across at Tom over her spectacles -- kind of grinding him into the earth, you know.
By this time his aunt Polly was all straight again, and she let fly.
said my aunt, taking the cotton out of the ear nearest to him.
They did not tell their niece the sad news for several days, not wishing to make her unhappy; but one morning the little girl found Aunt Em softly crying while Uncle Henry tried to comfort her.
You mustn't marry anybody you don't love, Phil, when all's said and done," said Aunt Jamesina.
Emily's conscience sided with her reluctance to leave her aunt.
But our aunt thought best to remove her because she complained, and she has been dawdling about ever since she came.
I have to go to Charlottetown tonight," returned Aunt Eliza.
Poor Sophia was too much in her aunt's power to deny her anything positively; she was obliged to promise that she would see Mr Blifil, and be as civil to him as possible; but begged her aunt that the match might not be hurried on.
Why, Aunt Polly, you--you mean--" She hesitated, and her aunt filled the pause.
As soon as we were alone, my aunt reclined on the sofa, and then alluded, with some appearance of confusion, to the subject of her Will.