At length Charles Weston good-naturedly
offered his own services, laughingly declaring, that his luck was never known to fail.
She laughed a little, quite good-naturedly
, and with the sort of tranquillity obvious in all she did--a tranquillity which soothed and suited me singularly, at least I thought so that evening.
To be sure, there were old Marheyo and Tinor, who seemed to have a sort of nuptial understanding with one another; but for all that, I had sometimes observed a comical-looking old gentleman dressed in a suit of shabby tattooing, who had the audacity to take various liberties with the lady, and that too in the very presence of the old warrior her husband, who looked on as good-naturedly
as if nothing was happening.
Thou art an exception, Leather-Stocking,” returned the Judge, nodding good-naturedly
at the hunter; “for thou hast a temperance unusual in thy class, and a hardihood exceeding thy years.
I wish I spoke French as well," said Newman, good-naturedly
he beamed good-naturedly
, "or maybe you think you've strayed into Wall Street.
They would see her agitation; and the dairyman, thinking the cause to be love alone, would good-naturedly
tease her; and that harassment could not be borne.
Oh, all right--of course," Dallas good-naturedly
Richard, anxious to atone for his thoughtlessness of yesterday, good-naturedly
explained that Miss Jellyby was not connected with the suit.
Cronshaw sat in the place of honour on a Gladstone bag, with his legs curled under him like a Turkish bashaw, beaming good-naturedly
on the young people who surrounded him.
said the Alsatian good-naturedly
to Rostov when the animal was handed over to the hussar.
Fred was feeling as good-naturedly
as possible towards everybody, including Rigg; and having some relenting towards all these people who were less lucky than he was aware of being himself, he would not for the world have behaved amiss; still, it was particularly easy to laugh.
And so," he went on good-naturedly
, "there ought to be one fairy for every boy and girl.
for they can be frightfully sarcastic, but she felt sorry for those of them who had no crutches, and she said good-naturedly
, "Before I go to the fairies' ball, I should like to take you for a walk one at a time; you can lean on me, you know.
If we did, we'd leave these folks scattered," she returned, and this retort made everybody laugh good-naturedly