I would not be married well if I were a blue-stocking hoyden .
I can wait for a docile, biddable, beautiful chit who will worship the ground I walk upon, unlike that spitfire of a hoyden .
Kate had changed before his eyes, from the pigtailed hoyden of his youth to a captivating, irresistible woman.
Come, where is the little hoyden with the hot temper and a pitchfork in her hand who dares stare down men twice her size when she is angry, eh?
A part of her noticed, right before she screeched at him like the hoyden Granmama often said she was, that it was the farthest seat in the room from where she was sitting.
But is the hoyden mode a constant, or does it sometimes go underground?
I would rather be a hoyden then a simpering idiot.
Father, wrote to me and asked that I come and teach you how to present yourself as a cultured young lady and not the hoyden that you are.
Much to my disappointment, the girl is turning into a hoyden .
She was presented, as usual, as ‘an eccentric playwright and poetess’, ‘a boisterous hoyden in her youth, and a woman of violent temper in her maturer years’.