He reflected, with much probability on his side, that Lydgate would by-and-by be caught tripping too, and that his ungentlemanly
attempts to discredit the sale of drugs by his professional brethren, would by-and-by recoil on himself.
I told him I thought he might better spare all his rabbits than she her cat, for which audacious assertion he treated me to some rather ungentlemanly
language; and I fear I retorted a trifle too warmly.'
And if he were not lively about it, if he did not go with a nimble hop-skip-and-jump, then Tashtego had an ungentlemanly
way of accelerating him by darting a fork at his back, harpoonwise.
At the same time, to stare fixedly about one is unbecoming; for that, again, is ungentlemanly
, seeing that no spectacle is worth an open stare--are no spectacles in the world which merit from a gentleman too pronounced an inspection.
Enthusiasm was ungentlemanly
. They thought of the Salvation Army with its braying trumpets and its drums.
And it was so ungentlemanly
in an honourable house, Mr.
Through this latter most ungentlemanly
practice, the ruin which I had predicted to Toby Dammit overtook him at last.
They found the whole room a mass of blue --vases and jugs--and the story ends with 'So ungentlemanly
and yet so beautiful.' It is all very difficult.
When I tried to explain the object of my call, he became still more ungentlemanly
in his words and manner, and finally grew so excited that I left the house without waiting for a reply from the lady.
Leaving the favoured, and well-received, and flattered of the world; him of the world most worldly, who never compromised himself by an ungentlemanly
action, and never was guilty of a manly one; to lie smilingly asleep--for even sleep, working but little change in his dissembling face, became with him a piece of cold, conventional hypocrisy--we follow in the steps of two slow travellers on foot, making towards Chigwell.
Then Mr Tite Barnacle could not but feel that there was a person in company, who would have disturbed his life-long sitting to Sir Thomas Lawrence in full official character, if such disturbance had been possible: while Barnacle junior did, with indignation, communicate to two vapid gentlemen, his relatives, that there was a feller here, look here, who had come to our Department without an appointment and said he wanted to know, you know; and that, look here, if he was to break out now, as he might you know (for you never could tell what an ungentlemanly
Radical of that sort would be up to next), and was to say, look here, that he wanted to know this moment, you know, that would be jolly; wouldn't it?
'Damme, what do you mean by such ungentlemanly
language as plunder, eh?'