He ate a number of dinners at the same place--more than were good for him, I may add without disparaging
their quality; for he fell in love with Miss Margovan, proposed marriage to her and was heartlessly accepted.
opinion of him gradually appeared in her behavior through almost imperceptible motions.
Sir Patrick never allowed "his time" to be made the subject of disparaging
remarks by the younger generation without paying the y ounger generation back in its own coin.
The respectable citizen addressed Miss de Barral as "Florrie" and "my dear," remarking to her that she was not very big "there's not much of you my dear" in a familiarly disparaging
But now I almost shrink at the remembrance of such disparaging
On looking back, I find myself always referring to Sir Percival in disparaging
In the pause Mr Vladimir formulated in his mind a series of disparaging
remarks concerning Mr Verloc's face and figure.
How is it, Natalia Victorovna, that you have kept aloof so long, from what after all is--let disparaging
tongues say what they like--a unique centre of intellectual freedom and of effort to shape a high conception of our future?
Pretty vell, sir,' responded Sam, looking round him in a disparaging
They were well-versed in the Buccaneers' accomplishments - beating South Carolina at South Carolina - and said nothing disparaging
about their opponent.
Offended by disparaging
remarks delivered during public hearings, Ferraro and other council members want to suspend the speaking privileges of people who address them with ``insulting, slanderous, profane'' or ``loud'' statements.
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