Irwine nodded slowly, and Adam went on rather tremulously
, "You was t' ha' married me and Hetty Sorrel, you know, sir, o' the fifteenth o' this month.
"I'm a worse man than you thought I was, Nancy," said Godfrey, rather tremulously
. "Can you forgive me ever?"
"You know as well as I do how Strickland lived," he said tremulously
. "I couldn't let her live in those circumstances -- I simply couldn't."
"You see, too," said the Doctor, tremulously
, "it is such an old companion."
"And here is the key, sir," said the old lady, going over the contents of her bunch with tremulously
Softly and tremulously
, the sweet lips lingered, and touched his lips in return.
One kiss, and then a long look, until Maggie said tremulously
, "Let me go,--let me make haste back."
The young pastor's voice was tremulously
sweet, rich, deep, and broken.
Rachel glanced quickly at her husband, as Eliza tremulously
answered "yes;" her fears, ever uppermost, suggesting that possibly there might be advertisements out for her.
"I'll do anything you wish me to, Bartley," she said tremulously
. "I can't stand seeing you miserable."
For what her soft eyes said was that she was always waiting tremulously
to be won.
"But why conceal those imperfections?" interposed I, tremulously