"I also am in some haste," she averred demurely, gathering up her hand-bag and umbrella.
"He's a dandy if he catches Baumberger," Miss Georgie averred, gloomily.
“But Mrs. Tresham may learn just as well by experience as by method,” he averred.
"She would," averred Barry stoutly, over the twinge of an inner qualm.
That this assumption is just and wise is averred by some and denied by others.
"And I have much beaten him who took them," averred Aspinet complacently.
And on my having to admit that I had not, he averred that he had.
“Craig would be here before this if he knew what was going on,” averred Vittum.
"Then I don't believe it's wrong for you—only for the other boy," she averred.
"It was Mr. Grell himself, I tell you," averred the servant earnestly.