Thus far the Judge's countenance had expressed mild forbearance, --grave and almost gentle deprecation
of his cousin's unbecoming violence,--free and Christian-like forgiveness of the wrong inflicted by her words.
In spite of pride and temper, there was as much deprecation
as anger in his voice when he said, "What do you mean, Adam?"
THE FLOWER GIRL [quite overwhelmed, and looking up at him in mingled wonder and deprecation
without daring to raise her head] Ah--ah--ah--ow--ow--oo!
Blount, was lifting his loud voice in applause, and the astonished financier his (in some considerable deprecation
), when a knock sounded at the double front doors.
Jasper remonstrates, in a tone of gentle deprecation
'Now, it is of no use, Peak,' said Sir John, raising his hand in deprecation
of his delivering any message; 'I am not at home.