However the lackey promised him that it should be taken care of, and urged him to obey the call so pressingly
that at last the porter was obliged to yield.
The king's captives also, that are on ransom, do not go out to work with the rest of the crew, unless when their ransom is delayed; for then, to make them write for it more pressingly
, they compel them to work and go for wood, which is no light labour.
Bennet was most pressingly
civil in her hope of seeing the whole family soon at Longbourn, and addressed herself especially to Mr.
But, as the governor urged him very pressingly
She became so fantastically and pressingly
earnest in her entreaties that we would walk up and see her apartment for an instant, and was so bent, in her harmless way, on leading me in, as part of the good omen she desired, that I (whatever the others might do) saw nothing for it but to comply.
These were always males, and they were pressingly
insistent on joining with One Eye and his mate.
Some natures feel a tyrannous need to attach themselves to some one thing or being which they single out from among the beings and things around them; this need is felt most keenly by a man of quick sympathies, and all the more pressingly
if his life has been made desolate.
When the reading of the report was over, people moved about, and Levin met Sviazhsky, who invited him very pressingly
to come that evening to a meeting of the Society of Agriculture, where a celebrated lecture was to be delivered, and Stepan Arkadyevitch, who had only just come from the races, and many other acquaintances; and Levin heard and uttered various criticisms on the meeting, on the new fantasia, and on a public trial.
Kostia, recovering from his surprise at these manoeuvres, ran up behind him pressingly
Nor was the atmosphere quite free from zephyr whisperings of the thirty beds which had just been cleared away, and of which we were further and more pressingly
reminded by the occasional appearance on the table-cloth of a kind of Game, not mentioned in the Bill of Fare.
Little Dorrit would have been glad to make her visit to Mrs Gowan, alone; but as Fanny, who had not yet recovered from her Uncle's protest, though it was four-and-twenty hours of age, pressingly
offered her company, the two sisters stepped together into one of the gondolas under Mr Dorrit's window, and, with the courier in attendance, were taken in high state to Mrs Gowan's lodging.
It is something so new to Pleasant to see her father an object of sympathy and interest, to find any one very willing to tolerate his society in this world, not to say pressingly
and soothingly entreating him to belong to it, that it gives her a sensation she never experienced before.