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"I wish to go somewhere, to be quartered in some country town, where I can live on my pay," he answered reservedly.
THE RAKE'S PROGRESSMARJORIE BOWEN
The man with the hearty voice spoke Russian, but with a French accent; and another speaker answered him more reservedly.
MICHAEL STROGOFFJULES VERNE
"George Hale is my name," returned the gentleman, reservedly, and disengaging his fingers from the strong grip of the tall man.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
"Nothing a Christian can make head or tail of," returned the servant reservedly.
THE SON OF CLEMENCEAUALEXANDRE (FILS) DUMAS
I spoke reservedly, however, far more reservedly than I felt, because I hadn't yet made my point quite clear to him.
THE HIGH HEARTBASIL KING
Books must be read as deliberately and reservedly as they were written.
The blond-headed Bavarian begins to hum the last Tafelliêd, and our quiet Dane smiles reservedly.
A TRAMP'S WALLETWILLIAM DUTHIE
Though he adored his master exclusively, he tolerated the new member of the family, and yielded himself reservedly to her caress.
THE GUESTS OF HERCULESC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
They greeted Honora reservedly and—she could not help feeling—a little suspiciously.
The Reverend Mr. Spardek, of Manchester, bowed reservedly and asked our permission to keep on his tall, wide-brimmed hat.
ATLANTIDAPIERRE BENOIT

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