For once in her life Miss Cornelia was undeniably
It was undeniably
exciting to meet a lady who found the van der Luydens' Duke dull, and dared to utter the opinion.
When I paused for a moment exhausted he signed gravely, with unchanged face, that though it was undeniably
funny, he had not yet decided whether it was funny enough, and, taking this for encouragement, at it I went once more, till I saw his forces wavering, when I sent my left eyebrow up almost farther than I could bring it back, and with that I had him, the smile broke through the clouds.
Yet she was undeniably
glad that they were in the same class; the old rivalry could still be carried on, and Anne would hardly have known what to do if it had been lacking.
"I don't know whether it would have been any better if I could have put on my good clothes," said Cecily, with a rueful glance at her print dress, which, though neat and clean, was undeniably
faded and RATHER short and tight.
Miss Tulliver had undeniably
acted in a blamable manner, even Dr.
"You will have the handsomest son in the city, certainly," said Maria; "and, possibly, the richest-- and the most learned--and, undeniably
, the most admired!"
Down the floor they danced, on man-trapping and dinner-getting intent, two fresh young things that undeniably
danced well and that were delightfully surprised when the music stranded them perilously near to their desire.
He wrote that Ira Nutcombe of whom they had spoken so often had most surprisingly left him in his will a large sum of money, and eased his conscience by telling himself that half of a million pounds undeniably
was a large sum of money.
This is undeniably
Asinus himself, Ellen Wade; but this is not the Vespertilio Horribilis of the prairies!
My own opinion is, that whether one is discreet or indiscreet in these particulars, on the eve of a sea-voyage, is a matter of little consequence; and that, to use a common phrase, 'it comes to very much the same thing in the end.' Be this as it may, I know that the dinner of that day was undeniably
perfect; that it comprehended all these items, and a great many more; and that we all did ample justice to it.
She was so confident in her exposition of the case, and it was so undeniably
founded on correct premises in so far as the relative positions of Little Dorrit and her family were concerned, that Clennam could not feel positive on the other side.