Beneath the heights fo Taygetus stately Leda bare them, when the dark-clouded Son of Cronos had privily
bent her to his will.
Yes, and mixed up with it all I was privily
A few minutes later the mate came fumbling about in search of it, but I returned it privily
to Leach next day.
And each rower, his oar in position in case of attack, privily
felt under the canvas flap to make sure of the exact location of his concealed Lee- Enfield.
I went forth privily
in the night-time, and turned his cattle into his fields, and in the morning heard his whooping laugh as he drove them out again.
Saxon was white with anger, but while Sarah wandered on in her diatribe, Tom managed to wink privily
and prodigiously at his sister and to implore her to help in keeping the peace.
On being excluded, the old ladies changed their tone, and cried through the keyhole that old Sally was drunk; which, indeed, was not unlikely; since, in addition to a moderate dose of opium prescribed by the apothecary, she was labouring under the effects of a final taste of gin-and-water which had been privily
administered, in the openness of their hearts, by the worthy old ladies themselves.
I told Walt privily
that she had favoured Dickon, and Dickon privily
that she loved Walt.