"How much?" said the Editor, sententiously
, without looking up from his essay on the circularity of the political horizon.
They describe her in part finely and elegantly, and in part gravely and sententiously
. They say, look how many feathers she hath, so many eyes she hath underneath; so many tongues; so many voices; she pricks up so many ears.
And how many things that he wouldn't lose for the world will he have to give up before he is thirty, I reflected sententiously
,--give up at last, maybe, with a stony indifference, as men on a sinking ship take no thought of the gold and specie in the hold.
"It's the simplest thing in the world to have an affair with a woman, he remarked sententiously
, "but it's a devil of a nuisance to get out of it."
"Pictures," he declared sententiously
, "don't sell!"
"We must use, and not abuse," said Aramis, sententiously
"If I am astonished at anything," remarked Porthos, sententiously
, "it is that it has not already happened."
“Ter rifle is petter as ter law,” said the Major sententiously
And don't go thinking about her making a match for me--it is silly." "Very well said, Tess!" observed her father sententiously
Then once more, ten days later, after some passage of arms with one of her daughters, she had remarked sententiously
. "We have had enough of mistakes.
"My friend," returned Porthos, sententiously
, "there is always time to be found when one chooses to seek it."
A young and beautiful woman," he continued sententiously
, "has the whole world at her feet.