"Charming!" said the captain, paternally
surveying Magdalen when she entered the room.
"And how came we to have you here?" asked the chaplain paternally
, tenderly, very much as Porthos might have done, he took Raoul in his arms and placed him in the boat, the oars of which, at a signal, immediately were dipped in the waves.
By this time the collegian would be up with him, and he would paternally
add,'What have you forgotten?
Grusczinsky, beaming paternally
whenever Annette entered the shop--which was often--announced two new editions in a week.
encircling Caddy with his left arm as she sat beside him, and putting his right hand gracefully on his hip.
I should strongly recommend you, paternally
,--or, if you prefer it, as a friend,--to forget all about Rogojin, and, in fact, to stick to the family into which you are about to enter."
"It's far better that you should know nothing," he said paternally
, "and you wrong yourself, I'm sure.
The Marquis of Steyne was present, paternally
superintending the progress of his pupil.
He chirruped paternally
at his small white children through the bars of the pagoda, and we all left the house for the lake.
But this representative of order left our friend only a moment in suspense; he presently turned away with the remark quite paternally
uttered, that he hoped the Count would make quite a stay; upon which the young man saw how wrong he should have been to offer a tip.
I say, "My good fellow, I will treat you paternally