"You don't know my little girl," Monty muttered
. "How should you?
"Strange, strange," the Ancient Mariner would next mutter
, half to his cogitating soul, half aloud to the treasure-seekers.
"Fool!" he muttered
. "Think you that for your happiness Solan will give up his life?
I was never served so before without giving a hard blow for it, muttered
Stubb, as he found himself descending the cabin-scuttle.
His, I think, were business letters, and apparently not much to his mind, for he crushed them into his pocket with some muttered
expletives that I should have reproved him for at any other time.
D'Artagnan, "I would give my chance of a captaincy in the mousquetaires for that to be my name."
"Nothing yet," Collins muttered
. "Let's get the things out quickly."
When she was gone the old heartbreaker muttered
, rubbing his hands--
Nobody knows," he muttered
dog- gedly and went on his way.
Nothing farther then he uttered -- not a feather then he fluttered -- Till I scarcely more than muttered
"Other friends have flown before -- On the morrow he will leave me, as my hopes have flown before." Then the bird said "Nevermore."
"'Tis some visiter," I muttered
, "tapping at my chamber door-- Only this and nothing more."
"No, he thinks only of himself," muttered
the princess without restraining her angry tears.