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That," he replied pointedly, "would be enough to decide me.
asked Giovanni, pointedly, while the recollection of former scenes made him shrink.
Of course I don't shout that fact on the housetops," the Captain addressed me pointedly, "any more than our friend his shipwreck adventure.
Their habiliments belonged to that order which is pointedly termed the decent.
He had called in Camden Place; had called a second time, a third; had been pointedly attentive.
One among her fellow-travellers addressed her more pointedly than any had spoken before: "Why, you be quite a posy
In the carriage, on the way down Fifth Avenue, they talked pointedly of Mrs.
But since you mention me so pointedly, I will acknowledge that I should like to impart to you a little of my--come, sir, you are disposed to call it insensibility, and I am sure I have no objection--say insensibility--a little of my insensibility.
Such a compliment recalled all Catherine's consciousness, and silenced her directly; and, though pointedly applied to by the general for her choice of the prevailing colour of the paper and hangings, nothing like an opinion on the subject could be drawn from her.
We pointedly, and by name, introduce the parties to each other.
The managing clerk objected to the familiarity, and pointedly called him Mr.
What the diplomatic matter might be he did not care, but it gave him great pleasure to prepare a circular, memorandum, or report, skillfully, pointedly, and elegantly.