She's hurt infernally
, all right--plague take that autymobile
It looks ill for the future; it looks infernally
ill for the future.
I want you to be aware that I KNOW you have treated me infernally
You'll find this island an infernally
rum place, I promise you.
The fact is, I was in the middle of an infernally
difficult passage of my book that morning, and when you began--'
The fact is, you're such an infernally
good chap that something of this sort was bound to happen to you sooner or later.
And when he glanced upon the green walls of the watery defile in which the ship was then sailing, and bethought him that through that gate lay the route to his vengeance, and beheld, how that through that same gate he was now both chasing and being chased to his deadly end; and not only that, but a herd of remorseless wild pirates and inhuman atheistical devils were infernally
cheering him on with their curses; --when all these conceits had passed through his brain, Ahab's brow was left gaunt and ribbed, like the black sand beach after some stormy tide has been gnawing it, without being able to drag the firm thing from its place.
But apart from this it is an infernally
lonely state for a ship to be going about the China seas with no proper consuls, not even a gunboat of her own anywhere, nor a body to go to in case of some trouble.
Three men--devilish gentlemanly fellows--have been asking after you downstairs, and knocking at every door on the hall flight; for which they've been most infernally
blown up by the collegians that had the trouble of opening 'em.
Most of the time when I was reading Gibbon this afternoon I was horribly, oh infernally
, damnably bored
How cold, how infernally
cold she must have felt--unless when she was made to burn with indignation or shame.
Do tell me--she would be infernally
jealous of him, wouldn't she?