Dubliners by James Joyce
little

Dublin The Sisters
An Encounter
Araby
Eveline
After the Race
Two Gallants
The Boarding House
A Little Cloud
Counterparts
Clay
A Painful Case
Ivy Day in the Committee Room
A Mother
Grace
The Dead

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There are 210 occurrences of the word:   little

[The Sisters] [55] Old Cotter looked at me for a while. I felt that his little beady
[The Sisters] [104] The next morning after breakfast I went down to look at the little
[The Sisters] [121] have gone into the little dark room behind the shop to find him
[The Sisters] [128] raised his large trembling hand to his nose little clouds of smoke
[The Sisters] [208] We crossed ourselves and came away. In the little room downstairs
[The Sisters] [213] little glass of wine. Then, at her sister's bidding, she filled out the
[The Sisters] [226] the stem of her wine-glass before sipping a little.
[The Sisters] [251] She sipped a little more from her glass and said:
[The Sisters] [329] A silence took possession of the little room and, under cover of it,
[An Encounter] [369] little library made up of old numbers of The Union Jack , Pluck
[An Encounter] [457] mall were gay with little light green leaves and the sunlight slanted
[An Encounter] [513] transported in the company of two labourers and a little Jew with a
[An Encounter] [571] expressed these sentiments which bored us a little we kept silent.
[An Encounter] [599] "Every boy," he said, "has a little sweetheart."
[An Encounter] [691] little.
[Araby] [762] pour itself out into my bosom. I thought little of the future. I did
[Araby] [773] me. I was thankful that I could see so little. All my senses seemed
[Eveline] [950] like their little brown houses but bright brick houses with shining
[Eveline] [952] --the Devines, the Waters, the Dunns, little Keogh the cripple, she
[Eveline] [955] with his blackthorn stick; but usually little Keogh used to keep nix
[Eveline] [1035] theatre with him. He was awfully fond of music and sang a little.
[After the Race] [1175] little life. His father, remonstrative, but covertly proud of the
[After the Race] [1232] friend alighted. A little knot of people collected on the footpath to
[After the Race] [1259] candle lamps. They talked volubly and with little reserve. Jimmy,
[Two Gallants] [1378] face from the corners of his nose and eyes and mouth. Little jets of
[Two Gallants] [1548] "I'm up to all their little tricks," Corley confessed.
[Two Gallants] [1562] wanted. A little tact was necessary. But Corley's brow was soon
[Two Gallants] [1570] roadway, playing to a little ring of listeners. He plucked at the
[Two Gallants] [1647] and waited. After waiting for a little time he saw them coming
[Two Gallants] [1671] hours till he met Corley again troubled him a little. He could think
[Two Gallants] [1721] some good simple-minded girl with a little of the ready.
[Two Gallants] [1730] Corley. His friends talked very little. They looked vacantly after
[Two Gallants] [1779] edge of the path, a little distance from the front steps. Some
[The Boarding House] [1835] enlist himself as a sheriff's man. He was a shabby stooped little
[The Boarding House] [1837] pencilled above his little eyes, which were veined and raw; and all
[The Boarding House] [1874] with anyone, which made her look like a little perverse madonna.
[The Boarding House] [1895] little strange in her manner and the young man was evidently
[The Boarding House] [1905] traversed the little circus before the church, revealing their purpose
[The Boarding House] [1906] by their self-contained demeanour no less than by the little
[The Boarding House] [1926] Mrs. Mooney glanced instinctively at the little gilt clock on the
[The Boarding House] [1997] little vulgar; some times she said "I seen" and "If I had've known."
[The Boarding House] [2033] a little tumbler of punch ready for him. Perhaps they could be
[The Boarding House] [2067] artistes, a little blond Londoner, had made a rather free allusion to
[The Boarding House] [2070] little paler than usual, kept smiling and saying that there was no
[The Boarding House] [2075] Polly sat for a little time on the side of the bed, crying. Then she
[A Little Cloud] [2103] A LITTLE CLOUD
[A Little Cloud] [2113] Little Chandler's thoughts ever since lunch-time had been of his
[A Little Cloud] [2115] London where Gallaher lived. He was called Little Chandler
[A Little Cloud] [2117] gave one the idea of being a little man. His hands were white and
[A Little Cloud] [2141] sat in the little room off the hall, he had been tempted to take one
[A Little Cloud] [2154] Little Chandler gave them no thought. He picked his way deftly
[A Little Cloud] [2180] before? Still, now that he reviewed the past, Little Chandler could
[A Little Cloud] [2189] money he kept up a bold face. Little Chandler remembered (and
[A Little Cloud] [2199] Little Chandler quickened his pace. For the first time in his life he
[A Little Cloud] [2227] crowd but he might appeal to a little circle of kindred minds. The
[A Little Cloud] [2249] make his errand appear serious), but when his sight cleared a little
[A Little Cloud] [2260] signs of aging in me--eh, what? A little grey and thin on the top--
[A Little Cloud] [2269] the thin hair at the crown. Little Chandler shook his head as a
[A Little Cloud] [2280] Little Chandler allowed his whisky to be very much diluted.
[A Little Cloud] [2285] "I drink very little as a rule," said Little Chandler modestly. "An
[A Little Cloud] [2296] "Nothing, said Little Chandler. "He's gone to the dogs."
[A Little Cloud] [2305] "Other things, too," said Little Chandler shortly.
[A Little Cloud] [2315] "I've been to the Isle of Man," said Little Chandler.
[A Little Cloud] [2324] "I should think I have! I've knocked about there a little."
[A Little Cloud] [2326] "And is it really so beautiful as they say?" asked Little Chandler.
[A Little Cloud] [2328] He sipped a little of his drink while Ignatius Gallaher finished his
[A Little Cloud] [2336] Little Chandler finished his whisky and, after some trouble,
[A Little Cloud] [2345] Little Chandler said nothing until the barman returned with two
[A Little Cloud] [2353] after all, Gallaher had lived, he had seen the world. Little Chandler
[A Little Cloud] [2362] Little Chandler took four or five sips from his glass.
[A Little Cloud] [2374] "I've heard of them," said Little Chandler.
[A Little Cloud] [2381] "Then it is an immoral city," said Little Chandler, with timid
[A Little Cloud] [2416] true. Little Chandler as astonished.
[A Little Cloud] [2421] "How dull you must find it," said Little Chandler, "after all the
[A Little Cloud] [2430] Little Chandler blushed and smiled.
[A Little Cloud] [2438] He extended his hand, which Little Chandler took.
[A Little Cloud] [2445] "I know that," said Little Chandler.
[A Little Cloud] [2449] Little Chandler blushed again.
[A Little Cloud] [2455] "A little boy."
[A Little Cloud] [2461] Little Chandler smiled, looked confusedly at his glass and bit his
[A Little Cloud] [2465] back. My wife will be delighted to meet you. We can have a little
[A Little Cloud] [2475] little card-party. Only for that..."
[A Little Cloud] [2480] I may take a little skip over here now that I've broken the ice. It's
[A Little Cloud] [2483] "Very well," said Little Chandler, "the next time you come we
[A Little Cloud] [2489] "And to clinch the bargain," said Little Chandler, "we'll just have
[A Little Cloud] [2496] "O, yes, positively," said Little Chandler.
[A Little Cloud] [2502] Little Chandler ordered the drinks. The blush which had risen to
[A Little Cloud] [2522] The barman brought their drinks. Little Chandler pushed one glass
[A Little Cloud] [2537] "Some day you will," said Little Chandler calmly.
[A Little Cloud] [2544] "You'll put your head in the sack," repeated Little Chandler stoutly,
[A Little Cloud] [2556] Little Chandler shook his head.
[A Little Cloud] [2577] Little Chandler sat in the room off the hall, holding a child in his
[A Little Cloud] [2581] quarter to nine. Little Chandler had come home late for tea and,
[A Little Cloud] [2592] A little lamp with a white china shade stood upon the table and its
[A Little Cloud] [2594] crumpled horn. It was Annie's photograph. Little Chandler looked
[A Little Cloud] [2629] escape from his little house? Was it too late for him to try to live
[A Little Cloud] [2691] Little Chandler sustained for one moment the gaze of her eyes and
[A Little Cloud] [2701] "My little man! My little mannie! Was 'ou frightened, love?...
[A Little Cloud] [2702] There now, love! There now!... Lambabaun! Mamma's little lamb
[A Little Cloud] [2705] Little Chandler felt his cheeks suffused with shame and he stood
[Counterparts] [2737] a little man wearing gold-rimmed glasses on a cleanshaven face,
[Counterparts] [2757] "Do you hear me now?... Ay and another little matter! I might as
[Counterparts] [2809] the dark snug of O'Neill's shop, and filling up the little window
[Counterparts] [2837] "I know that game," he said. "Five times in one day is a little bit...
[Counterparts] [2906] The man glanced from the lady's face to the little egg-shaped head
[Counterparts] [2936] remember the way in which Mr. Alleyne had hounded little Peake
[Counterparts] [2964] pawn-office joyfully, making a little cylinder, of the coins between
[Counterparts] [3011] little party at the corner of the counter. They began to exchange
[Counterparts] [3025] Weathers made them all have just one little tincture at his expense
[Counterparts] [3044] very often and with much grace; and when, after a little time, she
[Counterparts] [3093] Farrington's face. "Pony up, boys. We'll have just one little smahan
[Counterparts] [3101] waiting for the little Sandymount tram to take him home. He was
[Counterparts] [3121] His wife was a little sharp-faced woman who bullied her husband
[Counterparts] [3123] They had five children. A little boy came running down the stairs.
[Counterparts] [3144] The man sat down heavily on one of the chairs while the little boy
[Counterparts] [3151] "I'm going... to cook it, pa," said the little boy.
[Counterparts] [3164] The little boy cried "O, pa!" and ran whimpering round the table,
[Counterparts] [3165] but the man followed him and caught him by the coat. The little
[Counterparts] [3170] him vigorously with the stick. "Take that, you little whelp!"
[Clay] [3192] nose and a very long chin. She talked a little through her nose,
[Clay] [3230] very nice people, a little quiet and serious, but still very nice
[Clay] [3262] She went into her little bedroom and, remembering that the next
[Clay] [3271] little body.
[Clay] [3275] had to sit on the little stool at the end of the car, facing all the
[Clay] [3296] stylish young lady behind the counter, who was evidently a little
[Clay] [3312] supposed the bag was full of good things for the little ones and
[Clay] [3344] little surprise and of the two and fourpence she had thrown away
[Clay] [3408] would she not sing some little song before she went, one of the old
[A Painful Case] [3449] black and scarlet rug covered the foot. A little hand-mirror hung
[A Painful Case] [3458] were written in purple ink, and a little sheaf of papers held
[A Painful Case] [3475] disappointed. He lived at a little distance from his body, regarding
[A Painful Case] [3512] she seemed so little awkward. While they talked he tried to fix her
[A Painful Case] [3547] Little by little he entangled his thoughts with hers. He lent her
[A Painful Case] [3572] He went often to her little cottage outside Dublin; often they spent
[A Painful Case] [3573] their evenings alone. Little by little, as their thoughts entangled,
[A Painful Case] [3594] confessional they meet in a little cakeshop near the Parkgate. It
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [3881] "To be sure it is," said the old man. "And little thanks you get for
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [3912] Imminent little drops of rain hung at the brim of his hat and the
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4000] The room was silent again. Then a bustling little man with a
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4042] "It's no go," said Mr. Henchy, shaking his head. "I asked the little
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4044] going on properly I won't forget you, you may be sure.' Mean little
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4051] got those little pigs' eyes for nothing. Blast his soul! Couldn't he
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4053] Mr. Fanning.... I've spent a lot of money'? Mean little schoolboy of
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4054] hell! I suppose he forgets the time his little old father kept the
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4061] to buy a waistcoat or a trousers--moya! But Tricky Dicky's little
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4062] old father always had a tricky little black bottle up in a corner. Do
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4123] opinion is about some of those little jokers? I believe half of them
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4130] above that.... But there's a certain little nobleman with a cock-eye
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4171] "No, no, thank you. It was just a little business matter," said Father
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4221] "I asked that little shoeboy three times," said Mr. Henchy, "would
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4230] little matter I was speaking to you about....' 'That'll be all right, Mr.
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4231] H.,' he said. Yerra, sure the little hop-o'- my-thumb has forgotten
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4238] "I think I know the little game they're at," said Mr. Henchy. "You
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4383] you ever see this little trick?"
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4522] Mr. Hynes hesitated a little longer. Then amid the silence he took
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4583] Mr. Lyons clapped. The applause continued for a little time. When
[A Mother] [4649] went with his family to the pro-cathedral, a little crowd of people
[A Mother] [4652] friends; and, when they had played every little counter of gossip,
[A Mother] [4689] when a little expense is justifiable. She took a dozen of
[A Mother] [4707] hand. He was a little man, with a white, vacant face. She noticed
[A Mother] [4782] Little boys were sent out into the principal streets of Dublin early
[A Mother] [4804] trouble, a steward brought out a little woman named Miss Beirne
[A Mother] [4813] The little woman hoped they would have a good house. She looked
[A Mother] [4816] gave a little sigh and said:
[A Mother] [4834] spoke little. He said yous so softly that it passed unnoticed and he
[A Mother] [4836] Bell, the second tenor, was a fair-haired little man who competed
[A Mother] [4873] the little cup behind her collar-bone. The noise of the hall became
[A Mother] [4930] see it in, I know. Now, won't you have a little something before
[Grace] [5188] only a little accident. He spoke very thickly.
[Grace] [5224] "'ant we have a little...?"
[Grace] [5248] have a little drink together.
[Grace] [5283] to allow him a little office in Crowe Street, on the window blind of
[Grace] [5285] E. C. On the mantelpiece of this little office a little leaden
[Grace] [5395] the bed by pillows and the little colour in his puffy cheeks made
[Grace] [5397] disorder of the room, but at the same time looked at them a little
[Grace] [5495] Little chap with sandy hair...."
[Grace] [5506] sometimes formed one of a little detachment which left the city
[Grace] [5626] "Nothing for poor little hubby!"
[Grace] [5658] "O, it's nothing," said Mr. Cunningham. "It's only a little matter
[Grace] [5664] little... spiritual matter."
[Grace] [5696] Mr. Kernan was silent. The proposal conveyed very little meaning
[Grace] [5849] with a certain grace, complimented little children and spoke with a
[Grace] [5959] others to a little more. Mr. M'Coy, seeing that there was not
[Grace] [6056] "I don't mind," said Mr. Kernan, smiling a little nervously.
[Grace] [6066] I'll just tell him my little tale of woe. I'm not such a bad fellow----"
[Grace] [6197] Jesus Christ was not a hard taskmaster. He understood our little
[The Dead] [6217] Hardly had she brought one gentleman into the little pantry behind
[The Dead] [6239] it was a day. Mary Jane, who was then a little girl in short clothes,
[The Dead] [6342] isn't it? Just... here's a little...."
[The Dead] [6361] his waistcoat pocket a little paper and glanced at the headings he
[The Dead] [6544] His hot face had leaned forward a little too confidentially and he
[The Dead] [6667] little foxes' heads upon it, lined with brown satin and having round
[The Dead] [6671] little proud of their serious and matronly sister. Her photograph
[The Dead] [6867] His wife clasped her hands excitedly and gave a little jump.
[The Dead] [6893] and were conversing quietly in little groups. Gabriel's warm
[The Dead] [6934] from the invisible supper-table. It sounded so genuine that a little
[The Dead] [6993] choirs that have slaved there all their lives and put little
[The Dead] [7084] side-dishes: two little minsters of jelly, red and yellow; a shallow
[The Dead] [7142] "Now, if anyone wants a little more of what vulgar people call
[The Dead] [7493] Gabriel advanced from the little pantry behind the office,
[The Dead] [7628] also. But he could hear little save the noise of laughter and dispute
[The Dead] [7898] the street in order that his emotion might calm a little. Then he
[The Dead] [7913] "I am a little," she answered.
[The Dead] [7950] "O, at Christmas, when he opened that little Christmas-card shop
[The Dead] [8215] headstones, on the spears of the little gate, on the barren thorns.