belike she wished to bid him farewell, for of old their familiarity had been great; but that was denied.
“belike, belike; I am unwise to think upon it,” he said, in a low voice.
At the age at which a man commonly takes no care of himself, nor of any other belike.
Everything has to be sacrificedeverythingif we are to belike the gods, creators of Life.
It told me that it was to be a wild night—the last snowstorm of the year, belike.
You may take my word for it, you're unwell; been sleeping in some damp bed, belike.
It is consarning one Miss Batirton, of Notingam; a very pretty crature, belike.
You say that to the Excise, Mr. Sedgett; it, belike, 'll make 'em sorry.
"belike he caught a phrase or two," was the answer, spoken gravely but quite calmly.
Annyways, wan iv yez has a man, an' th' other is spoken for, belike.