repeated Dolokhov, and as if about to tell a good story he put down the cards, leaned back in his chair, and began deliberately
with a smile:
The Sagoth nearest the cave bear, finding his escape blocked, turned and leaped deliberately
to an awful death upon the jagged rocks three hundred feet below.
One by one he took them from the dish, and ate deliberately
You are certainly out of your mind," he observed, without even raising his head, lisping as deliberately
as ever and threading his needle.
said I, and I deliberately
tore her dictation in four parts, and presented her with the fragments.
Drunk with pride in his intelligence and in his fearlessness, Philip entered deliberately
upon a new life.
Kasatsky belonged to those men of the eighteen-forties (they are now no longer to be found) who while deliberately
and without any conscientious scruples condoning impurity in themselves, required ideal and angelic purity in their women, regarded all unmarried women of their circle as possessed of such purity, and treated them accordingly.
He is now working--in other words, he is now deliberately risking his life--in the Mission to Green Anchor Fields.
Deliberately self-exposed to the violence of ruffians and the outbreak of disease, who is to extricate him from his shocking position?
The assistant inquired in German whether he should give it, and receiving an affirmative reply from behind the partition, he took out a bottle and a funnel, deliberately
poured the opium from a bigger bottle into a little one, stuck on a label, sealed it up, in spite of Levin's request that he would not do so, and was about to wrap it up too.
For I was not prepared to see Father Mapple after gaining the height, slowly turn round, and stooping over the pulpit, deliberately
drag up the ladder step by step, till the whole was deposited within, leaving him impregnable in his little Quebec.
That done, if it belong to a small whale it is hoisted on deck to be deliberately
I always thought," he said deliberately
, with a certain accentuation of his flavouring of lisp, "that there was something the matter with his ears, from the way he covered them.
Being established in that position, and having deliberately
resolved to make himself prince and to seize by violence, without obligation to others, that which had been conceded to him by assent, he came to an understanding for this purpose with Amilcar, the Carthaginian, who, with his army, was fighting in Sicily.
When Strickland, recovering somewhat, was in a good humour and amused himself by laughing at him, he deliberately
did absurd things to excite his ridicule.