|The Absolutely Abstemious ___,|
who resided in a Barrell, and only lived on
Soda Water and Pickled Cucumbers.
|The Bountiful ______,|
who always carried a Green Umbrella when it didn't rain,
and left it at home when it did.
|The Comfortable Confidential ___,|
who sate in her Red Morocco Arm Chair and
toasted her own Bread at the parlour Fire.
|The Dolomphious ____,|
who caught Spotted Frogs for her dinner
with a Runcible Spoon.
|The Enthusiastic ________,|
who ferried himself across the water with the
Kitchen Poker and a New pair of Ear-rings.
|The fizzgiggious ____,|
who always walked about upon Stilts,
because he had no legs.
|The Goodnatured Grey ____,|
who carried the Old Owl, and his Crimson Carpet-bag,
across the river, because he could not swim.
|The Hasty Higgeldipiggledy ___,|
who went to market in a Blue Bonnet and Shawl,
and bought a Fish for her Supper.
|The Inventive ______,|
who caught a Remarkable Rabbit in a
Stupendous Silver Spoon.
|The Judicious Jubilant ___,|
who did up her Black Hair every morning with a Wreath of Roses,
Three feathers, and a Good Pin.
|The Kicking ________,|
who wore a Pale Pink Muslin dress
with Blue spots.
|The Lively Learned _______,|
who mended his own Clothes with
a Needle and a Thread.
|The melodious Meritorious _____,|
who played a merry minuet on the
|The Nutritious ____,|
who purchased a Round Plum-pudding
for his grand-daughter.
|The Obsequious Ornamental _______,|
who wore Boots to keep his
feet quite dry.
|The Perpendicular Purple _____,|
who read the Newspaper and ate Parsnip Pie
with his Spectacles.
|The Queer Querulous _____,|
who smoked a Pipe of tobacco on the top of
a Tin Tea-kettle.
|The Rural Runcible _____,|
who wore a White Wig and flew away
with the Carpet Broom.
|The Scroobious _____,|
who always wore a Hat on his Head, for
fear he should bite anybody.
|The Tumultuous Tom-tommy ________,|
who beat a Drum all day long in the
middle of the wilderness.
|The Umbrageous ________-maker,|
whose Face nobody ever saw, because it was
always covered by his ________.
|The Visibly Vicious _______,|
who wrote some Verses to a Veal-cutlet in a
Volume bound in Vellum.
|The Worrying Whizzing ____,|
who stood on a Table, and played sweetly on a
Flute with a Morning Cap.
|The Excellent Double-extra __|
imbibing King Xerxes, who lived a
long while ago.
whose head was ever so much bigger than his
Body, and whose Hat was rather small.
|The Zigzag Zealous _____,|
who carried five Monkeys on his back all
the way to Jellibolee.