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Now this affair is concluded, I may mention to you in a friendly way that I've my doubts whether, if I had consulted a lawyer, you could have kept this article back from me.
And that I am friendly to thee, and often too friendly, that knowest thou: and the reason is that I am envious of thy Wisdom.
The next morning the weather had turned ill, and Robin Hood's band stayed close to their dry and friendly cave.
Gilbert was friendly -- very friendly -- far too friendly.
When within a proper distance, he despatched an Indian runner, belonging to a friendly tribe, to announce the approach of himself and party, continuing his route at a deliberate pace, in order that the intelligence might, as was customary, precede his arrival.
It chanced one day, as Peter sat Gnawing a crust--his usual meal-- Paul bustled in to have a chat, And grasped his hand with friendly zeal.
Even in the best, most friendly and simplest relations of life, praise and commendation are essential, just as grease is necessary to wheels that they may run smoothly.
She liked his serene, friendly, and hospitable manner in the country.
Stand a litter furder west -- so -- that's it; it's a prime comfort to see faces that's friendly when a body's in such a muck of trouble, and there don't none come here but yourn.
In this half-jesting, half-earnest manner she was accustomed to maintain a sort of friendly authority over Mr.
It was the nearest approach to a friendly advance that Tarzan could make in the language of Sheeta.
Each had something to give the other--each felt life the richer for friendly exchange of thought and friendly silence; each looked across the white fields between their homes with a pleasant consciousness of a friend beyond.