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Even in one of his letters from Badenweiler Chekhov musingly reproached himself for his allegedly "incurable laziness" (Polnoe, Pis'ma 12.
Then smoothly brushing the walls, they passed on musingly as if asking the red and yellow roses on the wall-paper whether they would fade, and questioning (gently, for there was time at their disposal) the torn letters in the wastepaper basket, the flowers, the books, all of which were now open to them and asking, Were they allies?
My preference for the way to lead people into the Republic is through musingly squishy analogical thinking.
It's halfway through first period on a Friday morning at Belfast High School in Belfast, Maine, and ninth-grader Chelsey Paradls stares musingly at her laptop screen.
Then his mother added, musingly, reflectively, "Boy, did God ever forgive him
But I cannot verify that it is done with your consent when I know positively that is not the case,' repeated the Registrar musingly.
Hence, in response to Bolingbroke's cold attempt to return the action to his idiom ("I thought you had been willing to resign"), Richard daringly but musingly claims, "You may my glories and my state depose, / But not my griefs; still I am king of those.
We see Manet's wife, Suzanne, a plump figure with her fair hair in a bun and dressed entirely in black, gazing at the water's horizon while the couple's son Leon Leonhoff--never fully acknowledged by Manet even after he and Suzanne made their liaison legal--lifts his head from the book he is reading and stares musingly into space, a pencil in his mouth.