“And that will be in France, ere long,” said Constance, sanguinely.
He sanguinely looked upon his imprisonment as merely temporary.
Those who augured so sanguinely for its action and effect were disappointed.
But time, she sanguinely believed, would remove every obstacle.
He thought the price too low, sanguinely hoped that it would re-ascend, still deferred his purpose, and lost his all.
No harm would come to her, they sanguinely repeated, if the Queen were left to herself.
They were unaccompanied, however, by the popular summons and proffered sceptre he had sanguinely and confidently anticipated.
He has made his calculations on this basis, and sanguinely expects to make money rapidly.
The gentleman smiled, but soon warned Ingram, in a serious tone, not to depend so sanguinely on what he had not tried.