ungraciously

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"You've let him sleep too long already," she returned, ungraciously.

Ungraciously Solinski allowed himself to be ushered into the outer room.

It is not now, nor in this place, that I would remind him how ungraciously he has treated me.

Barry saw her first, but ungraciously would not speak to her nor for her.

"I am only angry to have been found out," she answered, not ungraciously.

"Then I hope she doesn't say much," retorted Sarah ungraciously.

"Unpleasant for you, I hope," said John Minute ungraciously.

Ungraciously he assented, as the easiest way out of the difficulty.

"Then you may send to-morrow," said Mrs. Perkins, ungraciously.

"Arethusa dances; ask her to tell you what it's like," he said, most ungraciously.

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