20 adverbs to describe how to roses

De sunflower ain't de daisy, and de melon ain't de rose; Why is dey all so crazy to be sumfin else dat grows?

" "That is a very honorable employment," said Rose calmly.

" "Old debts with compound interest?" said Rose cheerfully.

"I accept your congratulations, Mr. Davenport," said Rose coldly.

She kissed that good woman when she first got up, and was already in love with sweet, shy, tall, comely Rose, who was seventeen, and had made fast friends with Ann and George, the younger ones.

"It doesn't illustrate," said Rose, coolly.

" "I suppose they all used to be," said Rose, demurely.

" "If you can," said Rose, doubtfully.

"We shall just settle down," said Rose, gloomily.

He did not know why it was, that, when she silently sat by him, copying tangled manuscript for the press, as she sometimes did, his whole study seemed so full of some divine influence, as if, like St. Dorothea, she had worn in her bosom, invisibly, the celestial roses of paradise.

Then all the knights, with rapture in their hearts, Rose joyfully and clasped each other's hands And gave each other the blest kiss of peace, And from their lips and from the dome's great height, And from the younger knights the chorus broke: "Blessèd believing!

"Oh, I see; you are going to take his place," said Rose mischievously.

If, perchance, a rose you see, Say, I send her greeting! 2[40] Thy deep blue eyes enchant me, So lovingly they glow; My gazing soul grows dreamy, My words come strange and slow.

"Elderly women and young women, I suppose he means," said Rose softly.

"That is satisfactory," answered Rose solemnly.

"Williams, go away instantly; what do you mean by staying after I have dismissed you?" said Mr. Rose sternly.

Phloxes and marigolds grew untidily about their doorways, and straggly roses, starved a little by the chalk soil, looked in at their latticed windows.

Don't you think it would do?" "I think it would do nicely for one thing," said Rose, thoughtfully.

Blooming underbrush becomes abundant,azalea, spiraea, and the brier-rose weaving fringes for the streams, and shaggy rugs to relieve the stern, unflinching rock-bosses.

" "I started to-day!" said Rose, triumphantly.

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