Ah," he exclaimed, "it is no longer brucine that is used; let me see what it is
Ah," exclaimed d'Avrigny, in a voice in which the horror of a judge unveiling the truth was mingled with the delight of a student making a discovery.
he exclaimed, teasing them; "so you are going to show the moon-dogs the good habits of the dogs of the earth
exclaimed Michel Ardan; "I admire you the more for not being able to understand you.
exclaimed Ivanhoe; ``does he blench from the helm when the wind blows highest?
Rebecca again looked forth, and almost immediately exclaimed, ``Holy prophets of the law
, "you promised me, my dear, that there should be no ventilators in our new house.
exclaimed the young man, whose eye never quailed under the penetrating look it encountered.
exclaimed Duncan, with an eagerness that might have proved dangerous at a moment when the thoughts of Munro were less occupied that at present.
exclaimed Bérangère, whose eyes, incessantly in motion, had suddenly been raised to the summit of the towers of Notre-Dame, "who is that black man up yonder?
exclaimed all the young girls, clapping their hands.
That is quite another thing, then; a thousand compliments," exclaimed
De Guiche, upon whose lips a courtier's jest was already fitting, but to whom the word "affianced," addressed by Malicorne with respect to Mademoiselle de Montalais, recalled the respect due to women.
Rodney acknowledged this with a wild glance round him, and, instead of waiting to answer questions, he jumped up, thrust himself through the seated bodies into the corner where Katharine was sitting, and exclaimed
, very audibly:
, "though I've always thought it the most unlikely thing in the world--I shall be in love with you all my life, and our marriage will be the most exciting thing that's ever been done
No sooner had Sancho caught sight of them than, bellowing like a bull, he exclaimed
, "I might let myself be handled by all the world; but allow duennas to touch me- not a bit of it