Never before in his life had Mark spoken so eloquently nor so lengthily.
I only know that after talking so lengthily he fell into a nine days' silence.
Modesty may suffer from a lengthily savoured kiss between two Pietists of eighteen.
A Conservative speech is as accurately (though perhaps not as lengthily) reported in a Liberal paper as in one of its own colour.
Mr. Horbury looked quietly and lengthily at the boy, who stood white and sick before him.
Charcoal in hand, he regarded Mrs. Hawthorne quietly and lengthily through half-closed eyes.
He wrote in the theologian's vein, lengthily and bitterly; his friends listened in silence.
They finally arrived in the country of our friend Comogre, of whom I have lengthily spoken above.
If it had been on the rotation of my crops, I would have answered myself, lengthily perhaps, but certainly con gusto.
They met halfway down the cement walk and conversed earnestly and lengthily.