However, I had little enough leisure for personal megrims just then.
"The Lost Continent" by C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
We've had to wait and endure, and we've been so beaten on the anvil of patience that we've lost all our megrims.
"Mr. Standfast" by John Buchan
Then the Governor's lady had desired him to attend her for the megrims.
"Captain Blood" by Rafael Sabatini
Conciergerie dinner-parties in the Terror always began with a discussion of the latest cure for megrims, or the most fashionable cut of a panier.
"The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne" by William J. Locke
His blood boiled, and the megrims were forgotten.
"The Deaves Affair" by Hulbert Footner
That'll wake you up and drive the megrims out of your mind.
"A Daughter of the Forest" by Evelyn Raymond
Who was safe, if a half-fed scrofulous woman had fancies and the megrims?
"Witch Stories" by E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
And they told him all that had happened since his megrims had come on.
"The Three Mulla-mulgars" by Walter De La Mare
I'll be all right to-morrow, and I'll enjoy to-morrow all the more for to-day's megrim.
"The Inventions of the Idiot" by John Kendrick Bangs
What megrim have you had?
"Porzia" by Cale Young Rice
Bob's livin' lonely, same as me;
But he don't take to frettin' so
An' gettin' megrims after tea.
He reads a lot at night, I know;
His hut has books half up the wall
That I don't tumble to at all.
"Old Bob Blair" by C J Dennis
— "You used to call home-life a hag-ridden dream,
And you'd sigh, and you'd sock; but at present you seem
To know not of megrims or melancho-ly!" —
"True. One's pretty lively when ruined," said she.
"The Ruined Maid" by Thomas Hardy
Cathy's friends tried to convince her that a night on the town would help to alleviate her megrim , but she wasn't buying it.
There screen'd in shades from day's detested glare, Spleen sighs for ever on her pensive bed, Pain at her side, and megrim at her head.