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Yes,” grumbled Hank, disjointedly, “but the snare-drum solo my teeth are doing may make noise enough to give me away.
THE MOTOR BOAT CLUB AND THE WIRELESSH. IRVING HANCOCK
He spoke disjointedly and agitatedly; but at his words, Clodagh turned to him afresh with a grateful, impulsive movement.
THE GAMBLERKATHERINE CECIL THURSTON
Just then the sick man stirred in his sleep, and he said disjointedly: "I'll make it all right to you, Hume."
THE MARCH OF THE WHITE GUARDGILBERT PARKER
"B-B-Bill's g-gone to find s-s-some engi-n-neer w-with nerve 'nough ter r-r-run our lines," he managed to spit out disjointedly.
BETH NORVELLRANDALL PARRISH
The dialogue was taking place disjointedly in the silences between the blasts.
JOAN OF ARC OF THE NORTH WOODSHOLMAN DAY
That he clutched at his throat, and that, after an effort consuming several seconds, he spoke disjointedly.
THE DARROW ENIGMAMELVIN L. SEVERY
Their walk was a sort of slow shuffle, which made their long arms dangle, swinging disjointedly.
PRIESTESS OF THE FLAMESEWELL PEASLEE WRIGHT
And even when the tumult of her weeping had abated, it was but disjointedly that the words came.
DAISY'S AUNTE. F. (EDWARD FREDERIC) BENSON
They walked the floor talking disjointedly and listening for the door-bell.
THE GILDED AGE, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN AND CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
This language, taken disjointedly, is among the bugbears held up by the new conspirators against the Jesuits.
THE NEW CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE JESUITS DETECTED AND BRIEFLY EXPOSEDR. C. DALLAS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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