De Wardes," resumed Raoul, "such remarks are the idlest
None knew this better than the idlest
boys, who, growing bolder with impunity, waxed louder and more daring; playing odd-or-even under the master's eye, eating apples openly and without rebuke, pinching each other in sport or malice without the least reserve, and cutting their autographs in the very legs of his desk.
But she was so incorporated with my existence, that it was the idlest
of all fancies, and would soon rise out of my reach and sight, like gossamer floating in the air.
He was under the necessity of teaching and translating from the classics, to eke out his scanty means, yet was generally expected to have more time to spare than the idlest
person in the parish, and more money than the richest.