pessimistically

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“It is just his sort that fail on these occasions,” put in Mrs. Ganthorn pessimistically.

The passengers eyed the half-defaced lettering, pessimistically.

“I never was partial to Wildcat Canyon,” he remarked, pessimistically.

"Bad sisson too to have strike," replied the second pessimistically.

"It may come back at us," suggested Fowndes pessimistically.

They correctly—and pessimistically—assumed that their coming was only rare.

Roberts, pessimistically: "I don't see how it would have made her the cook."

"Yes, and I have no room ready," replied the huge woman, pessimistically.

Bet you they dont know they have to pay a quarter, responded the other pessimistically.

"Not as mooch as I thart it would,—and I thart it wouldn't," added Paddy pessimistically.

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