Yes, gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "we must not leave this person the slightest pretext for behaving
badly, which, with all due respect, I fancy he is anxious still to do.
He could not seriously think that this was the cow, because she went along so quietly, behaving
just like any other cow.
But you are now of an age to be treated better; I think she is behaving
better already; and when you are her only companion, you must be important to her.
He was behaving
very strange when I came down after you, and I thought perhaps he might have the papers.
I had hardly left the house, so to speak, when Rita was down with her maid behaving
as if the house did really still belong to her.
The Musgroves are behaving
like themselves, most honourably and kindly, only anxious with true parental hearts to promote their daughter's comfort.
You know perfectly well what I mean--the way you are behaving
Of course it's only natural that when they have been whitewashed for half a century as paragons, their sins should come back on them at the very moment when they are behaving
like men for the first time in their lives.
He's been behaving
very queerly, and he is very much excited.
A year or two before, Boulnois had married a beautiful and not unsuccessful actress, to whom he was devoted in his own shy and ponderous style; and the proximity of the household to Champion's had given that flighty celebrity opportunities for behaving
in a way that could not but cause painful and rather base excitement.
But I'll just tell Mamma how you are behaving
Cyril seems to have been behaving
in a very foolish manner," said Mr.
No doubt the Serenest Republic was very strict with the theatre, and suffered it to hold the mirror up to nature only when nature was behaving
well, or at least behaving
as if young people were present.
I was under the impression," Wingrave remarked, "that I was behaving
Notwithstanding the deadly hatred which Ralph felt towards Nicholas, and the bitter contempt with which he sneered at poor Mrs Nickleby-- notwithstanding the baseness with which he had behaved, and was then behaving
, and would behave again if his interest prompted him, towards Kate herself--still there was, strange though it may seem, something humanising and even gentle in his thoughts at that moment.