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Stroeve, with voluble tongue, explained how he and I had met, and by what an accident we discovered that we both knew Strickland.
Philip in his voluble anger stopped suddenly at the sound of her voice.
And when he saw Cocky, one day, perched and voluble, on the twisted fingers of Kwaque's left hand, Ah Moy discovered such instant distaste for the bird that not even eighteen shillings, coupled with possession of Cocky and possible contact, had any value to him.
The captain--Oudouse, his name was, a Frenchman--became very nervous and voluble.
She was one of those big, overpowering women, with blunt manners, voluble tongues, and goggle eyes, who carry everything before them.
She always besieged the bench with voluble excuses, explanations, apologies and prayers.
Silverstein groaned her horror of gambling, and her husband, aware that his eloquence had betrayed him, collapsed into voluble assurances that he was ahead of the game.
I vaguely heard the voluble landlady's expressions of sympathy and regret; I mechanically took the smelling-bottle which my husband's mother offered to me, after hearing my name, as an act of kindness to a stranger
The voluble Lady Jane interrupted him before he could open his lips.
Just as I had written that I heard sounds of arrival, and running out I breathlessly told the Man of Wrath how nearly I had been able to give him the owls he has so often said he would like to have, and how sorry I was they were gone, and how grievous the death of one, and so on after the voluble manner of women.
But the best, in my opinion, was the home life in the little flat-- the ardent, voluble chats after the day's study; the cozy dinners and fresh, light breakfasts; the interchange of ambitions--ambitions interwoven each with the other's or else inconsiderable--the mutual help and inspiration; and--overlook my artlessness--stuffed olives and cheese sandwiches at 11 p.
But Wolf Larsen seemed voluble, prone to speech as I had never seen him before.