Grandmother broke in excitedly
: `See here, Jake Marpole, don't you go trying to add murder to suicide.
I suppose I was an odd little figure; I have been told that my anxiety to brighten her gave my face a strained look and put a tremor into the joke (I would stand on my head in the bed, my feet against the wall, and then cry excitedly
, 'Are you laughing, mother?') - and perhaps what made her laugh was something I was unconscious of, but she did laugh suddenly now and then, whereupon I screamed exultantly to that dear sister, who was ever in waiting, to come and see the sight, but by the time she came the soft face was wet again.
"Tell me--now think, and answer straight and true," she urged excitedly
. "It was after he found out you was Miss Polly's niece that he said he didn't ever want ter see ye again, wa'n't it?"
Just then Henrietta returned, and saw her father moving excitedly
to and fro, repeating, "He shall answer to me for this.
And as they drove off, with the maid beside the coachman, and their shining bridal bags on the seat before them, she went on excitedly
: "Only fancy, I've never been inside it--have you?
In the highest army circles from midday on the nineteenth, a great, excitedly
bustling activity began which lasted till the morning of the twentieth, when the memorable battle of Austerlitz was fought.
Don't, I beg of you, forget the head!" cried the Woggle-Bug, excitedly
"A Bos," whispered Perry, excitedly
. "His kind roamed the outer crust with the cave bear and the mammoth ages and ages ago.
At sight of the white men they halted in relief, pointing back in the direction they had come, and jabbering excitedly
in their native tongue.
Men began to throng into the office and call at him over the railing, jovially, sharply, viciously, excitedly
. Messenger boys ran in and out with messages and telegrams.
And when someone had "bingo" and didn't know it, they would nudge the resident excitedly
, saying, "You have bingo.
"There are over 40 people staying in our home," says Sohaila, 13, excitedly
. "Tonight we are slaughtering two sheep for a barbecue, and my uncle will play the ribab [a traditional stringed instrument]."