If he slap you, we ain't got no pig for pay the fine,' she said insinuatingly
Mugridge grinned insinuatingly
in my face as I shoved him out and ordered him back to his galley work; and he won his revenge by spreading glowing reports among the hunters as to what an excellent "lydy's- myde" I was proving myself to be.
His not ignoble ambition seems always to have been to be wrecked upon an island, indeed I am told that he mentioned it insinuatingly
in his prayers, and it was perhaps inevitable that a boy with such an outlook should fascinate David.
Mrs Merdle,' Mr Dorrit insinuatingly
pursued, 'I left, as you will be prepared to hear, the--ha--observed of all observers, the--hum-- admired of all admirers, the leading fascination and charm of Society in Rome.
I know Meg would wet-blanket such a proposal, but I thought you had more spirit," began Laurie insinuatingly
Partner,' said Wegg, even more insinuatingly
than before, 'I propose that we cut it in half, and each keep a half.
You'll treat us well, I hope," he said insinuatingly
, many a time, the political dynasties when in legal and political trouble mainly on account of corruption have found escape in the conspiracy hatched by the 'enemies' of democracy.
Even though Asad wrote to Zafarullah Khan, he later insinuatingly
and bitterly wrote about "the fine Italian hand" of Zafarullah Khan, "who had known Pola for well over a year before I made my appearance on the scene and had often lunched with her during his many visits to New York.
Let the patient be surrounded by beautiful girls or boys; also give him books to read, which stimulate lust and in which love-stories are insinuatingly
I'm not even talking about Christmas gifts and getting yourself something nice to reward yourself for a year of toil and labor, but paying off loans, property tax, bonuses for household staff, and stuffing all the envelopes from newspaper couriers to water delivery boys that are insinuatingly
empty and wish you a very, very merry Christmas.
Rosenthal says of Gunn's Selected Poems: "Introspection rises to a sort of surrealistic, terrified pitch reminiscent of Sylvia Plath" and creates "an insinuatingly
familiar and infinitely alien" tonal effect as if the speaker were "a reticent friend .