There was a tolerably fair sprinkling of young folks, and another fair sprinkling of gentlemen and ladies who were non-committal
as to age, being neither actually old or absolutely young.
The other seemed to be judging him in a non-committal
sort of way.
I tried to think of some non-committal
thing to say, to keep up my end of the talk, and render my poverty in the matter of reminiscences as little noticeable as possible, but I seemed to be about out of non-committal
van der Luyden was always silent, and that, though non-committal
by nature and training, she was very kind to the people she really liked.
Major Thomson's face was expressionless and his murmured word non-committal
. Granet had approached the dark mahogany sideboard and was fingering some bottles.
At first, non-committal
over Carmack's strike, then, later, dubious, he finally offered Daylight a hundred dollars for his share in the town site.
"Why not?" was her rather non-committal
reply, though she had not the remotest idea of their location.
He looked up, and for a time watched the markedly non-committal
attitude of his Chief Inspector.
General Folsom reasoned that similar attempts to open communication were being made by the authorities all the way across the continent, but he was non-committal
as to whether or not he thought the attempt would succeed.
Clarke, who looked at the body and, with the non-committal
expression to which he owes so much of his political preferment, went away.
But a public oration is an escapade, a non-committal
, an apology, a gag, and not a communication, not a speech, not a man.
The tobacco and trade goods were brought from the store-room by two house-boys and turned over to the chief of Balesuna village, who accepted the additional reward with a non-committal
grunt and went away down the path to his canoes.