He spoke insistently
, almost pleading with her in his eagerness to cover up that yawning silence.
But it was brought home very insistently
, and in those days if, ever one heard a man saying in a public place in a loud, reassuring, confident tone, "It's bound to come," the chances were ten to one he was talking of flying.
Just as he had done after Austerlitz, he related this occurrence at such length and so insistently
that everyone again believed it had been necessary to do this, and he received two decorations for the Finnish war also.
Instead of making out an interest in the poets, she avoided them instinctively, and dwelt rather insistently
upon the practical nature of her gifts.
The telephone on his table was ringing insistently
He would have regarded such a thought as a great sin of pride; but the mother who brought the boy implored him insistently
, falling at his feet and saying:
The wind came from the left, insistently
blowing over to one side the mane on Mukhorty's sleek neck and carrying aside even his fluffy tail, which was tied in a simple knot.
Instead, her thought dwelt insistently
upon the significance of his stepping aside, in the middle of a violent proposal, in order to make irrelevant remarks.
, scores of times, he wondered when they would come on and what they looked like.
For he knew that there, floating in the blue above him, was meat, the meat his stomach yearned after so insistently
Bartley and his wife stood silent for a long time; the fire crackled in the grate, the rain beat insistently
upon the windows, and the sleepy Angora looked up at them curiously.
His face grew stern, and he insistently
proffered the wine.