"Le Roi de Prusse?" Hippolyte said interrogatively
, again laughing, and then calmly and seriously sat back in his chair.
), and asks in what respect they differ.
P-, who was not good at catching what was shouted in the wind, would say interrogatively
He spoke to her--tenderly, interrogatively
, and with hesitation, but she neither answered, nor moved, nor seemed in any way surprised.
Snatching the boat-knife from its sheath, he suspended its sharp edge over the line, and turning towards Stubb, exclaimed interrogatively
, and in the most tranquil manner possible.
"I s'pose up to Boston, girls like that one are as thick as blackb'ries?" uncle Jerry said, jerking his head interrogatively
in Rebecca's direction.
'We shall soon know,' I exclaimed; and at the same moment I stepped forward towards our guides, and pronouncing the two names interrogatively
and pointing to the lowest part of the valley, endeavoured to come to the point at once.
"I see Vincy, the Mayor of Middlemarch; they are probably his wife and son," said Sir James, looking interrogatively
"And yet?" Lady Saxthorpe repeated interrogatively
Hartright?" said the lady interrogatively
, her dark face lighting up with a smile, and softening and growing womanly the moment she began to speak.
Folding up the letter, while I looked at her interrogatively
, she explained--