I can't help it if the boys send me philopena presents, as they do to the other girls.
"An Old-fashioned Girl" by Louisa May Alcott
They often thought of the philopena they had eaten together, and wondered if they should know each other when they met.
"The Bee-Man of Orn and Other Fanciful Tales" by Frank R. Stockton
Steve came in and teased the girls and begged them to eat philopenas with him.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
These are called Philopenas, and you must never waste them by eating both yourself, but find some one to share them with.
"What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
It was Swifty's face, and Swifty's hair, but the costume was a philopena.
"Side-stepping with Shorty" by Sewell Ford
But Laura could not remind him of his forgetfulness, otherwise she would win the philopena.
"The Lost Manuscript" by Gustav Freytag
We must eat a philopena to-day and then we'll call it square.
"The Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction - German" by J. W. von Goethe
Another, and highly reprehensible way of extorting a gift, is to have what is called a philopena with a gentleman.
"The Ladies' Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners" by Eliza Leslie
I wish to thank him for my philopena, which came late last night.
"Horace Chase" by Constance Fenimore Woolson