"'The way is clear enough wi'oot that," from Tammas caustically.
"I told you you hadn't swallowed 'em," remarked Matilda, caustically.
"The latter at all costs, I presume," said Barbara, caustically.
"We are not playing at tin politics nowadays," he caustically remarked.
"That is very easy to say, uncle," replied Gonzalo caustically.
The voice said caustically: "Unfortunately, we've nothing to do anything with."
"Naturally, to be of any use as an entrance it would have to be capable of being opened from the inside," he said caustically.
"You seem to know as much about submarines as you do about moving pictures," remarked Matt, caustically.
And Mr. Evans had caustically rejoined: "It'll be the funny day when you'll see wings on him!"
"He would not be troubled with superfluous votes, either," remarked the judge, caustically.