Nothing could have been more telling, more admirable, than his tone.
She seemed to hear her husband once more telling her that she was perfect.
Lyon will speak to a point, and then Sherlock will read: it will be all the more telling.
We could hardly have a more telling illustration of John xiv.
For the more telling effect he left the sentence unfinished.
The nearer to the heart I can strike my first blow, the more telling it will be.
The influence and the instance is, therefore, more telling in degree, but in no way different in kind.
A bare surmise, on the side of prejudice, is more telling than the most powerful logic on the other side.
A more telling example of the "don't-put-him-in-the-horse-pond" attitude could scarcely be desired.
Have the divines a more telling argument against a life of worldliness and self-indulgence than when they ask, Will it pay?