'Why do you remind me of what I have suffered?' she asked petulantly
. 'Don't you see that it has left its mark on me for life?'
I won't hear it spoken of," said the princess in the same petulantly
playful tone in which she had spoken to Hippolyte in the drawing room and which was so plainly ill-suited to the family circle of which Pierre was almost a member.
"I wonder why everybody seems to think I ought to marry Gilbert Blythe," said Anne petulantly
You might have told me there was a snake behind me!' I said petulantly
Hearken not to the voice which petulantly
tells you that the form of government recommended for your adoption is a novelty in the political world; that it has never yet had a place in the theories of the wildest projectors; that it rashly attempts what it is impossible to accomplish.
"It's inconvenient, Julius," he said, petulantly
. "Don't you see it yourself?"
A twig from a tree near caught her cloak; she turned petulantly
, broke it off, and threw it on the ground.
"No; nor will she miss now," cries The Vengeance, petulantly
"Thunder!" he remarked petulantly
. He rubbed his eyes, and then putting up his hand felt carefully of the bandage over his wound.
"Well?" he queried, half petulantly
. "It was not well.
'Oh, Nelly!' she added petulantly
, jerking her head away from my hands, 'you've combed my hair quite out of curl!
"And did you promise the queen," resumed D'Artagnan, petulantly
, "to storm the Tower of London, to kill a hundred thousand soldiers, to fight victoriously against the wishes of the nation and the ambition of a man, and when that man is Cromwell?