He sipped at his bubbling tumbler and smacked his thin lips.
The King leaned forward and smacked Gorman heartily on the knee.
"Right, girl," he said as he smacked his lips after the long draft of wine.
It smacked of that simple patriarchal existence I had so long yearned after.
"And yet we are not English, uncle," said Mary, with something that smacked of pride.
There was one wonderful clause about it,—it smacked of adventure.
I accepted the Herefordshire expedition because it smacked of active service.
I gave them date and place for a creation that smacked of other services than theirs.
"All I want to do is—" He reached for the key again, and again he was smacked back.
He gave a loud-sounding and hearty sniff, and smacked his lips after it.