Now I think of it,' said Mr Riderhood, evasively
, for he was substituting those words for 'Now I see you so jealous,' which was the phrase really in his mind; 'P'r'aps he went and took me down wrong, a purpose, on account o' being sweet upon her
At another time, sir," he returned, evasively
, "the present time is ill-conwenient for explainin'.
We've had a couple of offers, I can't really say much,' she advises evasively
She's got a blood disorder," Nick evasively
McGann in answering that question rather than the primrose paths of subjective relativity others have proposed, so that, once again, it might be objected that in not naming 'the Other' this volume obliquely, even evasively
, slides round the really difficult issues.
If he tried to reply to them evasively
this would produce still more letters.
It's all very well to say that Goldstein was, as Rabin evasively
phrased it, "a shame on Zionism and an embarrassment to Judaism.
says today, "I haven't got a preferred solution at the moment.
I can't say yes and I can't say no," he said evasively
The director, who is not related to the late master filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, is quite the wiz at evasively
uninflected insidiousness himself.
Attribution of the picture's sources is evasively
buried deep in the end credits scroll.
The North document, an evasively
worded summary of hundreds of classified papers, is perhaps most revealing about the scope and the audacity of the cover-up.
The famous rosettes evasively
brushed in on Margarita's dress in Las Meninas, 1656-57, might be described as an example of Velazquez at play.
I would love to see the reopening of more bridleways, to make them accessible to traditional packhorses,''I reply evasively
Every day, when civil servants and politicians sat evasively
in the witness box, it has been hard not to wish she were there.