But thou pulledst me out with a golden angle; derisively
didst thou laugh when I called thee unfathomable.
The hands in the launch shouted derisively
, and I heard Montgomery curse at them; and then the captain, the mate, and one of the seamen helping him, ran me aft towards the stern.
This laughter was uproarious and scornful, and at the same time the god pointed his finger derisively
at White Fang.
It seemed to be his wish and purpose to mask this expression with a smile, but the latter played him false, and flickered over his visage so derisively
that the spectator could see his blackness all the better for it.
This occasioned its terrors to be received derisively
. The Queen of Denmark, a very buxom lady, though no doubt historically brazen, was considered by the public to have too much brass about her; her chin being attached to her diadem by a broad band of that metal (as if she had a gorgeous toothache), her waist being encircled by another, and each of her arms by another, so that she was openly mentioned as "the kettledrum." The noble boy in the ancestral boots, was inconsistent; representing himself, as it were in one breath, as an able seaman, a strolling actor, a grave-digger, a clergyman, and a person of the utmost importance at a Court fencing-match, on the authority of whose practised eye and nice discrimination the finest strokes were judged.
"Why, where might you suppose it was?" asked Silver derisively
Napoleon was silent, still looking derisively
at him and evidently not listening to him.
He was asked derisively
what he thought of the circumstances under which the Countess had become engaged to be married; and he made the characteristic answer, that he thought the circumstances highly creditable to both parties, and that he looked on the lady's future husband as a most enviable man.
The cackling laughter of I-Gos broke derisively
the hush that had fallen on the room.
"Do it," he cried derisively
, "and then it may be that I shall believe the balance of your strange story."
He laid one hand on the steward's shoulder, and pointed derisively
with the other to Mr.
"Yez needn't be so stuck up," she said, loudly and derisively
. "Yez was all of yez rocked in a flour barrel.