marrying, I hope our friend Adam will get settled, now the poor old man's gone.
And of a sudden, apropos of
nothing, standing there alone in the secret chamber of the Mahars of Pellucidar, I realized that I loved Dian the Beautiful.
"My dearest wish is the success of Berande," Joan had just said, apropos of
a discussion about the cheapening of freights on copra to market.
And though he belonged to the household troops, who, as it was their duty to rally round the Prince Regent, had not shown their valour in foreign service yet, Rawdon Crawley had already (apropos of
play, of which he was immoderately fond) fought three bloody duels, in which he gave ample proofs of his contempt for death.
the organ-grinder, I may tell you, dearest, that today I experienced a double misfortune.
“It ees ver apropos of
saircumstance,” said the French-.
what you said about wearing harness," Lydgate began, after they had sat down, "I made up my mind some time ago to do with as little of it as possible.
In all of which Ernest joined loyally and energetically, though he could not forbear, now and again, from saying, apropos of
nothing in particular, "When it comes to powder, chemical mixtures are better than mechanical mixtures, you take my word."