It was but too apparent that they had been insultingly
, shamefully, disgracefully deceived.
Madame Danglars gazed on Villefort, stupefied to find him so almost insultingly
I have remarked you sitting near the door in a room full of company, bent on hearing, not on speaking; on observing, not on entertaining; looking frigidly shy at the commencement of a party, confusingly vigilant about the middle, and insultingly
weary towards the end.
Germaine's table; and, more amazing still, the husbands had so far approved of the grossly discourteous conduct of the wives as to consent to make the most insultingly
trivial excuses for their absence.
Not even Grace Roseberry had spoken more insultingly
to her of Julian than Horace was speaking now.
Yes, I said; and loyal citizens are insultingly
termed by her slaves who hug their chains and men of naught; she would have subjects who are like rulers, and rulers who are like subjects: these are men after her own heart, whom she praises and honours both in private and public.
With execrations not loud but deep I left him to live or die as he could, well satisfied that I had done my duty in attempting to save him - but forgetting how I had erred in bringing him into such a condition, and how insultingly
my after-services had been offered - and sullenly prepared to meet the consequences if he should choose to say I had attempted to murder him - which I thought not unlikely, as it seemed probable he was actuated by such spiteful motives in so perseveringly refusing my assistance.
Felix soon learned that the treacherous Turk, for whom he and his family endured such unheard-of oppression, on discovering that his deliverer was thus reduced to poverty and ruin, became a traitor to good feeling and honour and had quitted Italy with his daughter, insultingly
sending Felix a pittance of money to aid him, as he said, in some plan of future maintenance.
The impudence of Santi Cazorla - one lifted pass, in particular, deserved a better compliment than Danny Welbeck's skewed volley, while his first finish was ps pure ingenuity at pace and his second insultingly
The captive, bastardized, whipped, insultingly
They've also watched as the media, who largely cheer-led austerity for the past six years, now insultingly
label protesters a "mob".
And now we have the revelation of huge delays in dealing with compensation claims which the Government insultingly
describes as reflecting a compensation culture on the part of men and women who may risk their lives in the course of serving their country.