Lexicographical Neighbors of Toyless
toyless (current term)
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Literary usage of Toyless
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Southern Literary Messenger (1850)
"brightly on the rocky point. The pale wanderer I " If that was but certain," said Richard, doibt- rose aud went into the dark valley. toyless and ingly. ..."
2. Ruskin and His Circle by Ada Earland (1910)
"In the same way, eleven years later, he — the toyless child — strayed into a toyshop on his way from the National Gallery to Miss Kate Greena- way's, ..."
3. Potter's American Monthly (1880)
"Well, I don't care, anyway," sobbed out the toyless boy ; " our baby's got worms, and your folks ain't got no baby to have "em." Then the boy with the top ..."
4. Unofficial Letters of an Official's Wife by Edith Moses (1908)
"A friend who has children told me a story to-day of the pathetic Christmas letters she had received from America lamenting the toyless condition of the ..."
5. Progress in Women's Education in the British Empire: Being the Report of the by Frances Evelyn Maynard Greville Warwick (1898)
"It is a glorious thing to give children happy hours, but if at the same time we can help to make life— ordinary, hungry, toyless life—beautiful and good ..."