She withdrew her arms and shoved him away, only to receive him forgivingly
half a dozen seconds afterward.
Think of her wounded heart and her wasted life--and say to yourself forgivingly
, She loves me!"
The doctor bowed to him assentingly and forgivingly
We laugh at Englishmen, when we are at home, for sticking so sturdily to their national ways and customs, but we look back upon it from abroad very forgivingly
. It is not pleasant to see an American thrusting his nationality forward obtrusively in a foreign land, but Oh, it is pitiable to see him making of himself a thing that is neither male nor female, neither fish, flesh, nor fowl--a poor, miserable, hermaphrodite Frenchman!
But it's impossible for an old vagabond comrade to like your wife and family better than I like 'em, Mat, and I trust you'll look upon me as forgivingly
as you can.
"And as friends we may meet again, when time has taught you to think forgivingly
of what has passed between us, to-night."
"I thought you said to call you Dave," she chided forgivingly
'The Constitution Britannique,' Mr Podsnap explained, as if he were teaching in an infant school.' We Say British, But You Say Britannique, You Know' (forgivingly
, as if that were not his fault).
Another advantage of monometal bullets is that they are often forgivingly
accurate, and typically more accurate than lead-core bullets in maximum-spec chambers that provide more slop than is ideal.
Only time and a lot of shooting will tell whether the GameChanger is as forgivingly
accurate as the GameKing.
While the rifle isn't a quarter-inch tackdriver, it's forgivingly
accurate, shooting almost everything into less than one MOA.
Nicknamed 'Pier den Drol'--'Funny Peter'--he is a humble fellow, a twinkle in his eye, a smile on his face, and one finger forever forgivingly
cocked at the folly of the world.