When he saw me, he came over and apologized
for his bad conduct, and asked me in a very humble, cringing way to be led back to his own room, and to have his notebook again.
And they apologized
to him for having carried you off?
I would never have dared to bring him on board your balancelle," he once apologized
By the time I had apologized
to my friend for having misconstrued his silence, it had become somewhat more light, and we crawled out of our lair.
Le Quoi soon recovered his presence of mind and his decorum; and he briefly apologized
to the ladies for one or two very intemperate expressions that had escaped him in a moment of extraordinary excitement, and, remounting his horse, he continued in the background during the remainder of the visit, the wit of Kirby putting a violent termination, at once, to all negotiations on the subject of trade.
said D'Artagnan, "the king apologized
for giving me so little; but he promised to make it more hereafter, when he should be rich; but I must be gone, having much to do "
Lying there wounded and dying, the poor fellow apologized
to me for your conduct.
One of the Ooryas half apologized
for his rudeness overnight, saying that he had never known his mistress of so bland a temper, and he ascribed it to the presence of the strange priest.
I was horribly vexed and apologized
for that intrusion, saying that the fellow was a future great sculptor and perfectly harmless; but he had been swallowing lots of night air which had got into his head apparently.
I couldn't really help it when t'others did," apologized
Tess, still tittering.
Now, this has caused my darling child--I didn't mean to use the expression to you, Esther," Caddy apologized
, her face suffused with blushes, "but I generally call Prince my darling child.
She was at home; but she apologized
to him for receiving him in Daisy's absence.
, though, and said, "'Pon my soul it is aggravating, but I cahn't help it--I have got so used to speaking nothing but French, my dear Erbare--damme there it goes again
to me next day, and assured me that I should never be exposed to such an insult again.
Mary had to go to her help, and together they spread the table, and apologized
for the disparity between the cups and the plainness of the food.