"I will merely ask one more, Mr. Dempster, and then I shall be quite satisfied.
asked Lord de Winter, sternly.
When Dorothy presently asked him a question the Tin Woodman could not open his mouth, for his jaws were tightly rusted together.
The Carpenter said nothing but“Cut us another slice:I wish you were not quite so deaf—I’ve had to ask you twice!”
she asked timidly.
asked Dorothy earnestly.
asked K., politely, but the man was startled at being spoken to unexpectedly, which was all the more pitiful to see because the man clearly had some experience of the world and elsewhere would certainly have been able to show his superiority and would not have easily given up the advantage he had acquired.
Giry, if Moncharmin had not stayed his avenging hand and hastened to ask her, more gently: "How can you suspect my partner, M. Richard, of putting twenty-thousand francs in his pocket?"
she asked angrily.
asked d’Artagnan, uneasily.
Sedley faintly asked.
Siri asked incredulously.
“I ask it humbly of you, my Lord,” said he; “sign the order for the liberation of Milady de Winter.
I asked carelessly.
asked the deputy director casually, not in order to find anything out but just to get K. away from the device.
Once they were in the front hall of the bank, where several members of staff were standing about and where, just then, the deputy director was walking across, there was unfortunately no way of stopping K.‘s uncle from continually asking questions about the trial. “
asked Pencroff, naturally.
Yesterday,’ he asked softly, ‘did you see it here … and smell it?’
We were all at lunch, in the room with the new French windows that open into the verandah, and the Count (who devours pastry as I have never yet seen it devoured by any human beings but girls at boarding-schools) had just amused us by asking gravely for his fourth tart--when the servant entered to announce the visitor.
"No, it's so," he returned, and then asked hopefully, "Are you going to the dinner on the 16th?"
Galladon asked slowly.
asked Tuppence suspiciously.
Vivenna asked calmly.
In the morning he called the Warfield Police Station and asked cautiously to speak with the chief.
Bobby asked hoarsely.
You need to be constantly asking yourself: ‘If I am the target, where am I?
asked Mr. Bruff kindly. “
An old woman opened to them and bowed low to Parfen, who asked her some questions hurriedly, but did not wait to hear her answer.
asked Margaret innocently. ‘
she asked, aloud.
The truth of it is a woman seldom asks advice before she has bought her wedding clothes.
Alice asked doubtfully.
He turned to Stephen and asked blandly:—Is this the day for your monthly wash, Kinch?
Miss Ann asked sarcastically.
he asked curtly.
The agitation which I felt evidently produced a perceptible physical change; for Helen asked, excitedly, “What do you see?”
"Surely, Laura, you asked what the fear was which she dwelt on so earnestly?"
Why, go to him, and enter into some serious discourse about the power of religion; and ask him plainly (when he has approved of it, for that he will) whether this thing be set up in his heart, house, or conversation.
asked Miss Cathy, seriously; 'or is he simple: not right?
These two demands logically enforced will, so they claim, give to women everything they could possibly ask.