I glanced at the pink tips of her fingers perfunctorily
and then drew back.
She thereupon turned round and lifted her face to his, and remained like a marble term while he imprinted a kiss upon her cheek--half perfunctorily
, half as if zest had not yet quite died out.
thrusts them into his pockets, unconsciously decorating himself with the protruding ends of the chains].
Bill was perfunctorily
buried, and Bert's Vigilance Committee
In fact, although De Quincey was from time to time perfunctorily
Tory, and always a good and faithful British subject, he was so eliminated from his time and place by his single love for books, that one could be in his company through the whole vast range of his writings, and come away without a touch of snobbishness; and that is saying a great deal for an English writer.
And Billikens, very angry, very disgusted, very embarrassed, obeyed, putting his arms around his wife and kissing her neither too perfunctorily
nor very long.
If there has been so much fighting about religion," said Genestas, "God must have built up the system very perfunctorily
We interviewed also through a grating in a mud wall closing a blind alley an immensely corpulent Ital ian, who, the ex-sergeant-major remarked to me perfunctorily
, had "killed another man last year.
indeed," Razumov said perfunctorily
, and very vexed at her staying behind to talk to him "From Zurich--yes, of course.
They stamped your passport perfunctorily
when you arrived in France, though I can't recall the Dutch or the Germans or the Italians ever bothering.
In fact, the court often states the holding perfunctorily
in an opening footnote or paragraph before proceeding to other issues--if it bothers to state it at all.
As often in Gothic Art unconstrained by realism, the extremities of their tall figures are perfunctorily