Well, sir, when I want to say anything, I can mostly
find words to say it in, thank God.
Comrades of the thunder and companions of death, I cannot but regard it as singularly fortunate that we who by conviction and sympathy are designated by nature as the champions of that fairest of her products, the white metal, should also, by a happy chance, be engaged mostly
in the business of mining it.
An account mostly
false, of events mostly
The business to which Silas was devoted was mostly his own--that, possibly, may have made a difference.
At last a score or more, mostly men, remained where they were, speechless, staring, excited.
Oh, he didn't growl at the weather when it was fine, and he was mostly real pleasant and agreeable when everything went right.
Takes fractious spells occasionally, but mostly he's just vacant and good humored and harmless.
Are the sentences mostly
long or short; periodic or loose; mostly
of one type, such as the declarative, or with frequent introduction of such other forms as the question and the exclamation?
I got the express wagons and cabs mostly
for $5; but the trucks and two-horse teams mostly
raised me to $10.
The side turned up to the public view, presented the spectacle of a gentleman, possessed of considerable reputation as a speaker at charitable meetings, and endowed with administrative abilities, which he placed at the disposal of various Benevolent Societies, mostly
of the female sort.
in difficulties, yet mostly
lavish, too, in the expensive articles of print and paper.
There's an audience for this sort of thing but, unless you're over 40 and still think Dungeons and Dragons is still cool, Autumn will still be a season that, mostly
, only comes round once a year.
The intractable sectarian violence on all sides has sent more than a million Iraqis out of the country, mostly
to Jordan and Syria.
I first joined DJK Residential in 1990 and initially brokered mostly
corporate rentals throughout the city.
Meanwhile, Antonishek's kitchen turns out a menu of basically comfort food with some intriguing twists, mostly
in the accompaniments.