Languidly he listened to the words that floated over the people, and held them mute.
"I don't think that can be so," Thorpe reasoned, languidly, from his corner.
"I must say he has made haste," said Lady Lackington, languidly.
"I have no curiosity in the matter," said Maitland, languidly.
"You 'll see enough, perhaps too many such," said the Count, languidly.
"You shall ...