encouragingly

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"Oh, those articles you do aren't too bad," Hinde said encouragingly.

I said encouragingly, and Brigit smiled gayly at me; but Monny was looking at Fenton.

"If he told you to go—it was all right, you may be sure," I said encouragingly.

"And a very good engineer you'll be," Gilbert said encouragingly.

"Go on," said Hal, encouragingly, as Goody stopped and hesitated.

“My, but you are giving me a whole lot,” he said, watching her approvingly and encouragingly.

"You've got your uncle's gun in the boat, so that's all right," suggested Tom, encouragingly.

"You'll be surprised at what the sun will do in two hours," Kelley said, encouragingly.

"Some day the police'll take you for a burglar," said Lydia encouragingly.

"It wouldn't have been a very good one anyhow," I said encouragingly.

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