When he reached the doorstep, Sidney was demurely seated and quite alone.
"On that point she may form her own opinion," replied Inez demurely.
She was as demurely grave as ever, but his suspicions were again aroused.
"You must be awfully glad you're not a traveling salesman," she said demurely.
"You know I am a bachelor, Mr. Christian," said the lawyer, demurely.
"You are very wise, monsieur," said she demurely, so demurely that he suspected her of laughing at him.
Demurely; at the same time extending her hand with a faint flush.
"You—you told me you—you'd play for me sometime," she said demurely.
"Oh, I'll not hear of such extravagance," said Loyd, demurely.
She found him peering about, and asked him demurely what he was looking for.