"I don't know why you come around bothering me," she said dully.
"I paid it to Squire Hall to-day and he has it fer ye," said Hiram, dully.
They advanced to the topic again and again, dully, but with exaltation.
The captain looked at him dully; then, understanding, a cackle came from his throat.
As he had crossed the threshold, Beatrix had raised her head and looked at him dully.
Dully he watched her move across the room to a door which led into a corridor.
“That makes it different,” he said dully, as if to 234 himself.
"I cannot allow Professor Burr to do anything for me," he said dully.
"They all, it seems, have confidence in me," thought Razumov dully.
"We've been in every flat but yours," Larry Donovan told him dully.