kitty


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kitty

1. the pool of bets in certain gambling games
2. (in bowls) the jack
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I will never help you in that, Monsieur Chevalier," said Kitty, warmly.
The second reason, Monsieur the Chevalier," replied Kitty, emboldened by the kiss in the first place, and still further by the expression of the eyes of the young man, "is that in love, everyone for herself
Then only D'Artagnan remembered the languishing glances of Kitty, her constantly meeting him in the antechamber, the corridor, or on the stairs, those touches of the hand every time she met him, and her deep sighs; but absorbed by his desire to please the great lady, he had disdained the soubrette.
But this time our Gascon saw at a glance all the advantage to be derived from the love which Kitty had just confessed so innocently, or so boldly: the interception of letters addressed to the Comte de Wardes, news on the spot, entrance at all hours into Kitty's chamber, which was contiguous to her mistress's.
Well," said he to the young girl, "are you willing, my dear Kitty, that I should give you a proof of that love which you doubt?
Oh, yes," said Kitty, clapping her hands, "very willing.
Nevertheless, to D'Artagnan's great astonishment, the pretty Kitty defended herself resolutely.
Good God," cried Kitty, "there is my mistress calling me
cried Kitty, springing forward to meet her mistress.
She was at length appeased, and the conversation turned upon him while Kitty was assisting her mistress.
Be easy, Kitty, there is something between that man and me that he is quite ignorant of: he nearly made me lose my credit with his Eminence.
Now, there is one," said Kitty, "who appears to me quite a different sort of a man from that poor Monsieur D'Artagnan.