What in the world--" she began, but after a glance at Sylvia's down-hung head and twisting fingers, she stopped short, looking very grave, and rose to go, with no more comments.
It was not until I had finished speaking that she made her first comment.
He is one that makes all books sell dearer, whilst he swells them into folios with his comments.
The most absurd part of this absurd fraud (at least, to English eyes) is one which, oddly enough, has received comparatively little comment.
The engagements, the love affairs, the scandals of conspicuous people are given in pitiless detail in articles adorned with vigorous portraits and sensational pictorial comments.
The captain stared, but made no comment.
The proceedings in Parliament do not call for extended comment.
The 'Times' publishes my letter to Malcolm to-day, with comments.
Perhaps you fancy I excite unpleasant comment.
He listened to their comments.
The versatility and inventive genius of the Prime Minister provoke mingled comment.
There they were, taking it all as a necessary part of the great game; not a grumble nor a comment.
"You're very young, Jarvis," she commented.
I handed the stiletto back to the man without comment.
This needs no comment.
But how much more of interest and activity lives in the mind, both of writers and readers, when history is written with such divergent philosophies and comments!
And thirdly there is a deeply brooding strain of saddening yet softened autobiographical reminiscence, over which is thrown a light veil of literary appreciation and topical comment.
As they ascended the height, following an easy path that led to the Summit, the governor and his wife conversed about the late visitation, and of what each had seen that was striking and worthy of comment.
In this work we are only concerned with Sir Walter's friendship and dealings with Mr. Murray, and on these the foregoing correspondence, extending over nearly a quarter of a century, is sufficient comment.
On which Lanpher made no comment.
A portion of a letter was found upon her which at first aroused a thousand comments.
"What a queer chum for Tom Brown," was the general comment.
In such a time as this it is not meet That every nice offense should bear his comment.
It's a high-pressure season and no mistake, and no one lags behind less than the fascinating Mrs. Ralph Marvell, who is to be seen daily and nightly in all the smartest restaurants and naughtiest theatres, with so many devoted swains in attendance that the rival beauties of both worlds are said to be making catty comments.
So perfect was the day, and in such good spirits were the girls, that even the simplest sights and happenings along the highway brought forth pleased comments.
I propose now to add a few comments.
His father noted his son's honourable scars, but made no comment.
Cissie gave Peter a single wide-eyed glance, and then attempted to ignore the bodiless comment.
They showered congratulations upon him, but in the midst of them the strangeness of his appearance provoked their comment.
The personal feeling against the French Emperor, so often displayed in the columns of the Tribune, has frequently been a subject of comment.
There are two or three which we think in questionable taste, and one where the temptation to say a sharp thing has led the editor to vulgarize the admirable Benedick, and to misinterpret the text in a way so unusual for him that it is worth a comment.
"It is the old man, Madame," she commented.
There was something amusing and to the point about all his comments.
JOHNSON, CLIFTON Hudson Maxim, reminiscences and comments.
His party gravitated toward him, while opposite sat the two prisoners, Carlisle and Kammerer, composed and silent, now and then exchanging a glance with each other, but making no spoken comment.
But Adams, having worked the problem, carried his work to Airy, the Astronomer Royal of England, and awaited his comments.
After speaking of the old Armenian kings with enthusiasm, and even condoning their paganism for the sake of their virility, he leaves his collection in the utmost disorder and positively without a note or comment.
The murder was uninteresting; nobody made any comment.
But he made no comment.
This needs no comment.
The Universe, which flings down its continents and seas, and leaves them without comment.
The following I leave without comment.
He asked question on question: but Elsley gave such unsatisfactory answers, that Lucia had to detail everything afresh for him, with--"You know, Mr. Thurnall, he is always overtasking his brain, and will never confess himself ill,"--and all a woman's anxious comments.