And in this pause, a curious piece of byplay passed between Warner and OHearn.
Miss Leonora sat rather grimly looking on at all this byplay.
One bit of byplay unnoticed by the seconds, very busy for the moment with their arrangements, must be mentioned.
He found time also, when the press of the season was over, for some byplay as a reviewer.
A 'byplay' bearing the same name follows an elegy upon the death of an only son.
Child's play—and byplay; yet not, perhaps, utterly irrelevant.
This byplay was unnoticed by large-minded John Waring, but it amused Lockwood, who was an observer of human nature.
So, there, by one byplay of the mind or another, it survived in changing raiment.
This byplay between Ochiltree and the officer did not serve to make Harper any more easy in his mind.
The mistress of the Lazy D had been aware of the byplay, but she had caught neither the words nor their import.