ENGSTRAND. You wouldn't stop long with me, my girl. No such luck! If you knew how to play your cards, such a fine figure of a girl as you've grown in the last year or two – (1.82)
ENGSTRAND. Then never mind about marrying them. You can make it pay all the same. [More confidentially.] He – the Englishman – the man with the yacht – he came down with three hundred dollars, he did; and she wasn't a bit handsomer than you. (1.88)
REGINA. [Arranging an arm-chair beside the table.] Now, do sit down, Pastor Manders, and make yourself comfortable. [He sits down; she places a footstool under his feet.] There! Are you comfortable now, sir?
MANDERS. Thanks, thanks, extremely so. [Looks at her.] Do you know, Miss Engstrand, I positively believe you have grown since I last saw you. (1.112-113)