Yes, on foot," rejoined the doctor, without noticing the insinuation
Von Horn did not relish the insinuation
in the accent which the girl put upon the last word.
Much better and cheaper than we have now," returned grandma, ready to defend "the good old times" against every insinuation
Rose indignantly denied the insinuation
, for when healths were drunk in the good old-fashioned way to suit the elders, she had observed that Aunt Jessie's boys filled their glasses with water, and had done the same herself in spite of the Prince's jokes about "the rosy.
Innocent as the young man was of all wrong, every artful insinuation
stung, every well- considered sarcasm cut him to the quick; and when Ralph noted his pale face and quivering lip, he hugged himself to mark how well he had chosen the taunts best calculated to strike deep into a young and ardent spirit.
Sarah had crystallized in the era of the weekly Saturday night bath, and any increase in this cleansing function was regarded by her as putting on airs and as an insinuation
against her own cleanliness.
To you I traced the insinuation
that I alone reaped any harvest from my brother's death; and all the foul attacks and whispered calumnies that followed in its train.
Beset by these opposing considerations, Mrs Jiniwin admitted the powers of insinuation
, but denied the right to govern, and with a timely compliment to the stout lady brought back the discussion to the point from which it had strayed.
Of course the merest hint only--an insinuation
--but why an insinuation
After listening to her insinuations
about his physical soundness, Cutter would resume his dumb-bell practice for a month, or rise daily at the hour when his wife most liked to sleep, dress noisily, and drive out to the track with his trotting-horse.
I say thus much, however, since appearances call for it, that I shall allow of no insinuations
cast upon me, as if I were at all partner to any unfairness in this matter.
I do not like to make insinuations
, but I do think the above statistics darkly suggest that these people over here drink this detestable water "on the sly.
She gave her an answer which marked her contempt, and instantly left the room, resolving that, whatever might be the inconvenience or expense of so sudden a removal, her beloved Elinor should not be exposed another week to such insinuations
You have not every reason to say so of the rest of his people," said Estella, nodding at me with an expression of face that was at once grave and rallying, "for they beset Miss Havisham with reports and insinuations
to your disadvantage.
For the first time I appreciate your base insinuations
, and I despise them and you.