And, as before, these remarks called forth a rejoinder from Prof.
Fleda had awaited his rejoinder in deep suspense; such was her imagination of the possibility of his having, as she tacitly phrased it, let himself go on paper that when it arrived she was at first almost afraid to open it.
Fleda made no immediate rejoinder to this, and before she could choose one he repeated his question of a moment before.
His blankness showed for a little that he felt the chill of her cold logic; but as she waited for his rejoinder she knew to which of them it cost most.
In the latter rejoinder he promises to handle the Papacy “mercilessly” and to belabour Antichrist as he deserves.
Abruptly, however, instead of beginning the scene, Madame Carré turned to the elder lady with an air which showed that a rejoinder to this visitor's remarks of a moment before had been gathering force in her breast.
Nick's question made her curiosity throb as a rejoinder to his friend's words.
His companion made no rejoinder to this, and they stood another minute or two side by side and in silence, gazing at the portrait.
Julia had said that of course they must go on, but Lady Agnes was prepared with an effective rejoinder to that.
He made no direct rejoinder to this, but after a moment went on: "Your mother must repay that money.
Mrs. Beale's rejoinder hung fire, but when it came it was noble.
Mrs. Wix bounced about with a force of rejoinder of which she also felt that she must anticipate the concussion and which, though the good lady was evidently charged to the brim, hung fire long enough to give time for an aggravation.
This conveyed a full appreciation of her peril, and it was in rejoinder that Sir Claude uttered, acknowledging the source of that peril, the reassurance at which I have glanced.
Jessie said nothing inrejoinder to this ingenious apology for her cousin's ill-natured tattling, and Fanny was obliged to proceed directly to the point.
She said the concluding words so indistinctly that Orrin did not catch their purport, or his rejoinder would have been different and less prompt.
He had noticed no one, and said nothing since his feeblerejoinder to Dr.