comment

[ kom-ent ]SEE DEFINITION OF comment

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Yet, his comment, meager as it was, stood wholly in Mary's favor.

To Pope's corrections, which Garth adopted, Mason had added a comment.

Garson's comment as she departed was uttered with his accustomed bluntness.

Comment on them is unnecessary, as they speak forcibly for themselves.

"Of course I will, if she's got her head set on working," was his comment.

"What a lot of bosh is talked about lovers," his comment ran.

"It's lucky harvest will be over; silo filling, too," was his only comment.

If Hinde noticed that John was embarrassed, he did not make any comment about the matter.

He had made no comment on the matter, but she knew that he had been relieved by her request.

I noticed the race prejudice in her tone, but I did not comment on it.

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