Then he wiped the rein with his coat tail and looked at it admiringly.
"He's got the eye with him this time," said Cousin Egbert admiringly.
Mr Haredale glanced at him—not fondly or admiringly—smiled, and held his peace.
In secularities it is always Evu who initiates, and Tara admiringly follows.
"He had to," said she, with an admiringly dramatic simplicity.
"I don't see how you can talk to her that way," said Peggy admiringly.
"The Irish possess a keen sense of honour," said he admiringly.
As she drove away to-day the squire looked after her admiringly.
"And art a rare hand at compounding it," replied Mary admiringly.
"Potts is always equal to the occasion," Sir Penthony remarks, admiringly.