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Daylight was made to feel that she suspected him, and he, remembering that he had seen a big rock quarry near Blair Park, stated offhand that he was thinking of buying it.
Oh, I'm a lunger," Brissenden announced, offhand, a little later, having already stated that he came from Arizona.
A chap who can tell you offhand the difference between
I would say, offhand, that it is a man who had a hopeless case of the peculiar New York disease of wanting to see and know.
Soprano--sentimental," she answered, trying to be offhand and at ease.
The boy's dashing manners, and offhand rattle about books and learning, his likeness to his father
It occurred to him that the question would invite a counter-question as to his own knowledge of Miss Boyd, and he knew that he would not be able to invent a satisfactory answer to that offhand.
prentice (which is a very clever lad) sent 'em some medicine in a blacking-bottle, offhand.
He was cheery and genial to all, but somewhat offhand in his manners, giving the impression that he had seen life in social strata on some far lower horizon than the county society of Sussex.
though right offhand I would think it could be done.
It was an offhand remark made without thought for the hurt it could cause to those around me.
Harry Tressler's jealous reaction to this tall, good-looking Irishman with his own helicopter serves him right for the offhand way he's treated her in the past.