Mrs. Decker raised her surprised, innocent eyes to his.
Mr. Decker could not resist the petitionary grace of those white hands and that sensitive mouth, and took her to his arms.
If Mr. Decker had remembered to close and bolt the shutter before he went out, he might have saved her this.
Mrs. Decker rose to her feet with a little cry of alarm.
Nevertheless, the next morning Mrs. Decker betrayed some slight and apparently uncalled for irritability on reaching the Plaza, and presently desired her husband to wheel her back home.
There was such a genuine irritability and force in this remark, that Mr. Decker was quite overcome by remorse.
Mrs. Decker ran her fingers through his stiff black hair, and couldn't imagine.
I wouldn't if I was you," said Mr. Deckerwith a sigh of relief.
A fine three-decker launched at Chatham was named the "Loyal London," in compliment to the exertions of the City, and work was pushed on so rapidly that she was soon ready for commission.
With his old three-decker he boldly rammed the "Re di Portogallo.
The great three-decker battleships, the smart sailing frigates, were the main strength of navies.
The day, by the way, that the Julia Decker and party arrived at Rigolette according to plans, expecting to find the whole Grand River party, and instead found only Young and Smith, who had been waiting there about a week.
With a great feeling of relief, Decker escaped from the rising turmoil of the convention hall into the relative quiet of the anteroom where MacCulloch waited with the Reintegrator.
Decker began to wheel the platform which held the Reintegrator toward the door.
The Colonel was a strong man and both Decker and MacCulloch were older than he.
I suppose," Decker said quietly, "that we should consider ourselves lucky that he didn't decide to go back to Pennsylvania.
MacCulloch turned to stare at the platform and Decker turned to follow his gaze.
Thank goodness, Decker thought, I don't believe the poor man could have stood it much longer.
Taking them by surprise, Decker managed to gain control long enough to explain what was about to happen.
Decker watched the Colonel's face, saw it changed from puzzlement to painful boredom as word after word floated from the battery of speakers overhead.
By the time Clark Decker reached the platform to explain the demonstration, the fight for the microphone had turned into a three-way struggle.
Lucy Decker has brown hair, dark eyes, small features, a fair skin, and of short stature; but quite en bon point.
Lucy Decker was married to Isaac Seely, and had two children.
Decker was admitted to write in conjunction with Webster, Ford, Brome, and even Massinger; and though he was only employed to fill up the inferior scenes, he certainly displays some theatrical talent.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "decker" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.