Louise in a sentence

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How to use louise in a sentence. Louise pronunciation.

Louise Derrick represented a certain stage of civilisation, a degree of conscious striving for better things; Mrs. Higgins was prosperous and self-satisfied vulgarity.
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Run out into the garden, Louise.
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And Louise seems quite taken with you.
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And what do you think of Louise?
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It isn't everybody can get on with Louise.
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I don't mind telling _you_, Mrs. Mumford, she's close upon six-and-twenty, and nothing like so good-looking as Louise, neither.
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This very undesirable parentage naturally affected Emmeline's opinion of Louise, whose faults began to show in a more pronounced light.
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One thing was clear: but for the fact that Louise aimed at a separation from her relatives, it would be barely possible to think of receiving her.
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But nothing of the kind; Louise's mother seemed to think the suggestion very reasonable.
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Louise, summoned to the drawing-room, looked rather tired of waiting.
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By the first post in the morning came a letter from Louise.
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You must call me Louise, or Lou, if you like, and just say what you really think.
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Certainly they numbered among their acquaintances one or two marriageable young men who might perchance be attracted by Miss Derrick, especially if they learnt that Mr. Higgins was disposed to 'behave handsomely' to his stepdaughter; but the Mumfords had no desire to see Louise speedily married.
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But already Louise had dropped hints such as Emmeline could not fail to understand, and her avowal of serious interest in a lover came rather as an annoyance than a surprise to Mrs. Mumford.
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She saw, too, that in half-an-hour's time Louise left the house-doubtless to post a reply.
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In her school-days, Louise had learned to "play the piano," but, caring little or nothing for music, she had hardly touched a key for several years.
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The next morning Louise was an hour late for breakfast.
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Promptly at half-past seven they sat down to dine, and had just risen from the table, when Louise appeared.
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It was a plain, formal letter, giving a brief account of his doings in Ireland, and making a request that Louise would meet him, if possible, on Streatham Common, at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon.
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Really, Louise, that kind of talk isn't at all ladylike.
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Examples of Louise

Example #1
Of a complexion much lighter than the girl's, she still possessed a coarse comeliness, which pointed back to the dairymaid type of damsel.
Example #2
The first sight of the portly lady made the situation clearer to Mrs. Mumford.
Example #3
Nice little 'ouse, Mrs. Mumford.
Example #4
And Louise seems quite taken with you.
Example #5
She doesn't take to people very easy, either.