I told him, too, that he being in other things such an extremely sensible and sagacious savage, it pained me, very badly pained me, to see him now so deplorably
foolish about this ridiculous Ramadan of his.
But permit me to point out that your life in Lineland must be deplorably
A familiar intercourse of some standing with the Pierced-nose and Flathead Indians had now convinced Captain Bonneville of their amicable and inoffensive character; he began to take a strong interest in them, and conceived the idea of becoming a pacificator, and healing the deadly feud between them and the Blackfeet, in which they were so deplorably
As to mind, deplorably
ignorant and ill-informed: incapable of writing or speaking correctly even German, her native tongue, a dunce in French, and her attempts at learning English a mere farce, yet she has been at school twelve years; but as she invariably gets her exercises, of every description, done by a fellow pupil, and reads her lessons off a book; concealed in her lap, it is not wonderful that her progress has been so snail-like.
But the execution is here and there deplorably
It took it out of me to think I had been so much at fault, that I had unwittingly but nonetheless deplorably
Still I am bound to tell you," observes Allan after repeating his former assurance, "that the boy is deplorably
low and reduced and that he may be--I do not say that he is--too far gone to recover.
To be more just, it is the fault of that unfortunate meteor which has so deplorably
altered our first direction.
He was a man of fixed principles, strong prejudices, and regular habits, intolerant of dissent in any shape, acting under a firm conviction that his opinions were always right, and whoever differed from them must be either most deplorably
ignorant, or wilfully blind.
Something even more deplorably
unworthy of him than what he had done already?
Your tone is deplorably
imprudent, sir--moderate it on the spot
Perceiving the joke, she laughed immoderately with a handkerchief to her eyes, while he sat wearing a forced smile, and, from his inexperience of jolly women, fully persuaded that she must be deplorably