I--reckon--not, jest now," stammered
Whiskey Dick, with a heroic effort.
Finally he stammered
, in a stifled voice, "Harry, did you say an inquest?
some excuses, counted out the sum, and saw his hateful visitors depart.
The man stammered
in reply, "The English Herr was in a hurry.
Fix," he stammered
, "even should what you say be true-- if my master is really the robber you are seeking for--which I deny-- I have been, am, in his service; I have seen his generosity and goodness; and I will never betray him--not for all the gold in the world.
Dantes, wiping the perspiration from his brow, -- "yet I gave you two hundred francs when I left, three months ago.
the gray-headed men stammered
over the long, strange words, like a little child in his first attempts to read.
out at last, quite 'at my wit's end' as to how to get out of the difficulty.
out an almost unintelligible assent.
I am not simple," stammered
Burdovsky, much agitated.
he, "will you carry on the directions of the different corps?
I--I--" I stammered
, moving away and stumbling over the next thwart.
He paused, he stammered
, he caught his breath between the words, and he blurted out in little blunt phrases all the hopes of his heart.
The poisoning - the chopping - the - the - " she stammered
Oh, certainly--certainly--just as you say," stammered
unhappy Matthew, seizing the rake and making for the door.