interposed


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Here, Lavinia, rising to the surface with the last draughtman rescued, interposed, 'You never cared for George Sampson, Bella.
You were rude enough to him,' Lavinia again interposed.
You didn't show him that you thought even that,' Lavinia again interposed.
Here Sophia interposed, and put an end to the conversation, by desiring her father's leave to play to him; a request which he never refused.
But he has broken the taboo, your great taboo of the laying-yard, and must go to the eating," Agno interposed quickly.
Dear mother," interposed Renee, "you know very well it was agreed that all these disagreeable reminiscences should forever be laid aside.
Oh, as for parricides, and such dreadful people as that," interposed Renee, "it matters very little what is done to them; but as regards poor unfortunate creatures whose only crime consists in having mixed themselves up in political intrigues" --
I want to ask you to do me the great favour and service of interposing with your nephew (I have already interposed with Mr.
While this met fully with Bududreen's plans he urged the man against any such act that he might have witnesses to prove that he not only had no hand in the crime, but had exerted his authority to prevent it; but when two of the men separated themselves from the party and crept toward the bungalow no force was interposed to stop them.
Decent, respectable Scotchwomen who keep inns," interposed Geoffrey, "don't cotton to young ladies who are traveling alone.
I beg your pardon," interposed Horace, speaking from the conservatory door.
It's the 150th gives us a farewell dinner, my love," interposed the Major, "but we'll easy get a card for Mr.