cried Pencroff, who, in spite of his respect for Smith, could not help shrugging his shoulders.
cried a voice. “
cried Mitya, with frantic reproach.
cried the old man, throwing the jacket on a shelf. ‘
cried the prince, "how would you have me reply to so kind a letter!
“Then I was right when I said,” cried the sailor, “that he would do us a last service even after his death!”
cried Milady, struggling. “
cried my uncle, who began to get angry.
cried his mother. ‘
cried the girl, following him. “
You know it's impossible for people to make themselves love other people if they don't," cried Jo inelegantly but remorsefully, as she softly patted his shoulder, remembering the time when he had comforted her so long ago.
cried the Professor, with a loud and ringing laugh, "it was a trick of that inexplicable electricity."
"No, no," cried Marianne, "misery such as mine has no pride.
cried both the ladies, apparently equally eager.
cried the old woman. “
cried Herbert, as if I had made a guess of extraordinary merit. “
cried the little boy on the chair suddenly, after which he relapsed into the same dumb rigidity, with round eyes, his heels thrust forward and his toes spread out.
cried Lebedeff, excitedly. “
“My darling, my little idol,” cried the general, kissing and fondling her hands (Aglaya did not draw them away); “so you love this young man, do you?”
cried Aramis and d’Artagnan, at the same time.
cried the Canon, perfectly aghast.
cried Felton; “we are here.”
cried Porthos and Aramis.
cried Aglaya. “
cried the squire. "
cried my sister, with a clap of her hands and a scream together,—which was her next stage. “
"Then--then--" cried Sidney.
cried Mr. Peggotty. ‘
cried Meg, who sat beside him.
A castle in the air,” cried Katerina Ivanovna, her laugh ending in a cough. “
"No, sir, you shall not go alone," cried the captain, touched in spite of himself.
‘Any lover,’ said I.‘A score,’ cried my aunt, with a kind of indignant pride. ‘
cried Pulcheria Alexandrovna.
You’ve nowhere to go to, you know,” cried Gania, out of the window.
cried Dora. ‘
cried Colia, loudly, realizing what was the matter at last.
“Hold, hold,” cried Candide, “I will give you what money you shall ask for these two persons.”
right so cried ye,As, when that Nero burned the cityOf Rome, cried the senatores’ wives,For that their husbands losten all their lives; Withoute guilt this Nero hath them slain.
cried Laurie, resolving, with a glow of philanthropic zeal, to found and endow an institution for the express benefit of young women with artistic tendencies.
cried the king, terrified to think how much gold he would carry off.
"I could cry my eyes out, Bupps," she said as she climbed into the car.