"Oh, no-o-o, oh, no-o-o," wailed Sara Ray lugubriously
"No, his mouth is too pretty and too weak." Martin shook his head lugubriously
. "I'm afraid I've numbed my hand in vain.
Diana howled lugubriously
on seeing the remains of Satellite, which seemed as motionless as if they reposed on solid earth.
Then he fell, and lay where he fell, howling lugubriously
as the long train of sleds churned by.
The old gentlewoman took a dreary and proud satisfaction in leading Phoebe from room to room of the house, and recounting the traditions with which, as we may say, the walls were lugubriously
There was something lugubriously
comical in the way Newman's thoroughly contemporaneous optimism was confronted with this dusky old-world expedient.
"Ah, these husbands!" sighed an ample lady, lugubriously
shaking her head; "they shut up their wives because it suits them, and don't care what their sufferings are."
Even if she started the very moment that she got it, he reflected, she would not be home till Tuesday night, and he counted lugubriously
the number of hours that he would have to spend in a position of detestable authority alone with his daughter.
"I shall laugh--I know I shall; I shall die of laughing," she said, lugubriously
His mirth was hoarse and ghastly, like a raven's croak, and the sick wolf joined him, howling lugubriously
. The man ceased suddenly.
There you are, all ready for ironing.' She folded the pink-checked gingham dress with punctilious attention to alignment of sleeves and waistband, and laid it beside her, patting it, smiling lugubriously
Tomorrow, Jose lugubriously
shuffles forward to thrust the stake into Stoke's heart, while they remain a rudderless hybrid with amorphous potential, but scant else.