And then, quite strangely, for a moment we all amiably discussed whether cold compresses might not be better.
“Only to convince you how absolutely helpless you are,” said Cunningham, amiably.
He surveyed her amiably, resting his hands on his red-clothed thighs as he sat his legs akimbo on his stool.
"Very well," said Allan amiably, still much to his own surprise.
"That's what I tell 'em," pursued Jack amiably, as he lighted a candle and led the way into the hall.
His wife had told him what I wanted, and he was amiably amused at my impotence.
But in the meantime, Oberl, I am going to join your mother and talk to her, as amiably as an enemy possibly can.
"My good child, I know that expression," says Mr. Browne, amiably.
"I sharpen serpents' teeth from time to time," offered Bell amiably.
"Let us find her together," he said amiably, and so turned and went with her towards the archway.