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Maybe Miss Belding can show us something we did not know, said the principal, in his bantering way.
"Perhaps he would have had the cross of honour," added the bailiff, with a bantering, sarcastic air.
His face at once bold and bantering, is partially covered by a wrapper of white silk that falls upon his shoulders.
The next day was Sunday and he lounged about the shack, sometimes reading and sometimes bantering his comrade.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
"You have found out something this time," he said, in a bantering tone.
COLONIAL BORNG. FIRTH SCOTT
As the busy days passed down in the little street, the bantering fellowship between Larry and Hunt took deeper root.
She was thus the center of a little laughing, bantering group when the Nicholas Rawdon party arrived.
THE MAN BETWEENAMELIA E. BARR
He wound up his remark, which was made in a bantering tone, with another malediction, which was earnest enough—savagely so.
In spite of his bantering tone the young inventor was pleased that his father was relaxing in a friendly game.
Other man of sarcastic bantering turn, too; tongue sharp as needles; whose sayings many birds of the air are busy to carry about.

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