Alaskan boys are taught to hold their tongues and let their elders decide matters, and Kalitan would never have dreamed of teasing for anything.
Having said this in a cold, decisive way, he turned and left her, as it seemed, not caring to be teased with further questions.
I have known him to play at cards with my father, meal-times excepted, literally all day long, in long days too, to save me from being teased by the old man when I was not able to bear it.
Tease out a small portion of the tendon or ligament in water, and examine with a glass of high power.
"Only perhaps by the same man to another woman," I mocked at her, trying to act as if I were teasing in fun.
He was often teased on account of the beautiful "Mariolka," as he called her.
Impertinence at first is borne With heedless slight, or smiles of scorn; Teased into wrath, what patience bears The noisy fool who perseveres?
said Ina, when she saw this coiffure, and frankly examined it, head well back, tongue meditatively teasing at her lower lip.
"Of course," Souwanas continued, "Gray Wolf had so suffered that he had very little to say, and if ever teased about Waubenoo he fell into a great passion.
Why, 't is a girl I never saw before, A little thing to flatter and make weep, To tease until her heart is sore, Then kiss and clear the score; A gypsy run-the-fields, A little liberal daughter of the earth, Good for what hour of truancy and mirth The careless season yields Hither-side the flood of the year and yonder of the neap; Then thank you, thanks again, and twenty light good-byes. --
Sir George Evelyn was her admirer, whom for a time she teased to the very top of her bent; then she married, loved and reformed.--Mrs.
She was half teasing now, but teasing through the visor, not over the wall.