Thus across all the globe there harshly blow the winds of change.
Well, he told himself, harshly, he was not likely to get it.
After this she would be on her guard, forestall Martin, do tenderly what he would do harshly.
"Do not speak so harshly of poor King Pluto," said Prosperina, kissing her mother.
The woman asked him harshly, if he couldn't come home with the others.
You must not judge such things too harshly; they are common here.
"I don't care who hears me," Adams said, harshly, though he tempered his loudness.
"Just let me tell you something, Virgil Adams," the old man interrupted, harshly.
But his brother was jealous of him, and said to him, harshly: “Where did you manage to steal the money?”
What was the matter with them all that they attacked Fagerolles so harshly?