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How to use susan in a sentence. Susan pronunciation.

On the other side of it she saw some black-eyed Susans.
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The first four chapters of "Susan Clegg and her Friend Mrs. Lathrop" appeared in "The Century Magazine" as separate stories during the past year.
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I THE MARRYING OF SUSAN CLEGG Susan Clegg and Mrs. Lathrop were next-door neighbors and bosom friends.
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Owing to the death of her mother some twenty years before, Susan had fallen into the position of a helpless and timid young girl whose only key to the problems of life in general had been the advice of her older and wiser neighbor.
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As a matter of fact Mrs. Lathrop was barely twelve years the senior, but she had married and as a consequence felt and was felt to be immeasurably the more ancient of the two. Susan had never married, for her father-a bedridden paralytic-had occupied her time day and night for years.
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It followed that Susan and Mrs. Lathrop each wore a path from her kitchen door to the trysting-spot, and that all summer long they met there early and late.
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It must be confessed that the business in hand was nearly always Miss Clegg's business, but since Mrs. Lathrop, in her position of experienced adviser, was deeply interested in Susan's exposition of her own affairs, that trifling circumstance appeared of little moment.
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Mrs. Lathrop was always interested, always sympathetic, and rarely ever startled; yet one July evening when Susan said suddenly, "I 've finished my dress for father's funeral," she did betray a slight shock.
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They separated for the night, and Susan went to sleep with her own version of love's young dream.
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Susan brought a palm-leaf fan with her to the fence and fanned vigorously.
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Susan's tone was more than a little displeased.
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Instead, that kindly visitor stood lost in a species of helpless contemplation, until at last a motion of Susan's, directed towards the ordering of an unsightly fold in the wide smoothness of the counterpane, led to her bending herself to do a similar kindness upon her side of the bed.
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The action resulted in a slight change in her expression which Susan's watchfulness at once perceived.
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As she approached the boundary, she saw Susan standing in one of her upstairs windows and yelling at the top of her voice.
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Susan wiped her eyes with her apron and choked.
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Susan ceased sobbing, and essayed explanation.
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Susan Clegg sat in front of hers, and doubtless thoroughly appreciated its cheerful warmth, but it cannot be said that she took any time to contemplate it, for her gaze was altogether riveted upon the stocking which she was knitting, and which appeared-for the time being-to absorb completely that persevering energy which was the dominant note of her character.
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But still the beauty and brilliancy of the leaping flames were not altogether lost upon an unseeing world, for there was another present beside Susan, and that other was full to overflowing with the power of silent admiration.
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Mrs. Lathrop (for of course it was Mrs. Lathrop) was matching scraps for a "crazy" sofa-pillow, and there was something as touchingly characteristic in the calmness and deliberation of her matching as there was in the wild whirl which Susan's stocking received whenever that lady felt the moment had come to alter her needles.
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For Susan, when she knit, knit fast and furiously, whereas Mrs. Lathrop's main joy in relation to labor lay in the sensation that she was preparing to undertake it.
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Examples of Susan

Example #1
Suddenly, after crawling through some bushes, Jan found herself on another path.
Example #2
Janet saw so many pretty blossoms that she went a little farther than she meant to, and, before she knew it, she had lost sight of her two brothers, though she could hear them talking.
Example #3
They have been revised and partly rewritten for book publication, and "The Minister's Vacation," never before printed, has been added.
Example #4
Copyright, 1904_, BY LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY.
Example #5
THE MARRYING OF SUSAN CLEGG Susan Clegg and Mrs. Lathrop were next-door neighbors and bosom friends.
Example #6
Their personalities were extremely congenial, and the theoretical relation which the younger woman bore to the elder was a further bond between them.