Peppajee looked at him sourly, but the news was big, and it must be told.
"You fighter pilots always forget the cameras," the major said sourly.
"I'd lay into him naow ef he was mine," said Uncle Salters, sourly.
"Then I suppose we can go on shore and fight it out," said Jack, sourly.
“Ordered by Mrs. Everett to hand it to you,” reported Brophy, sourly.
“I must go up now and face the usual music,” he said, sourly.
"What we are doing here is our business," answered Werner sourly.
"They do not count for as much as that—to me," said St. John sourly.
"I ain't taking the word of any boomer," muttered Tucker sourly.
"That's not what Pheola says," he told her sourly, pointing to chairs we could take.