hurriedly


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And pushing the prince from him, without looking back at him, he hurriedly entered his own flat, and banged the door.
I have never yet asked you for anything and I never will again, nor have I ever reminded you of my father's friendship for you; but now I entreat you for God's sake to do this for my son- and I shall always regard you as a benefactor," she added hurriedly.
The workmen's cook, who had had a sleep after dinner and was now getting the samovar ready for her husband, turned cheerfully to Nikita, and infected by his hurry began to move as quickly as he did, got down his miserable worn-out cloth coat from the stove where it was drying, and began hurriedly shaking it out and smoothing it down.
But there was something almost human about Carlo-- it wouldn't be DECENT to fill his place too hurriedly, dear old fellow .
Aunt Polly had risen hurriedly and gone to the window.
Whether it was that she had heard his words, or that she did not want to hear them, she made a sort of stumble, twice struck out, and hurriedly skated away from him.
The dialogue had passed as hurriedly as the words could be spoken, and they stood in his wretched room before he had had time to recover from his first surprise.
I did not expect you," he said, hurriedly, with a look that made her stop.
Raskolnikov had at first shown her the place on the sofa where Zossimov had been sitting, but feeling that the sofa which served him as a bed, was too /familiar/ a place, he hurriedly motioned her to Razumihin's chair.
At the thought of it, she was so frightened that she hurriedly got up again, and in utter confusion addressed Raskolnikov.
We did well to come away," Pulcheria Alexandrovna hurriedly broke in.
Then I will tell Katerina Ivanovna that you are coming," Sonia said hurriedly, preparing to depart.