But it is unfortunate that people feel the need to disrupt a gathering where they could peacefully and civilly ask questions.
"That there train ain't goin' to wait a minute," reminded Amos, civilly.
If he had civilly asked me to black his boots, I would have done it.
Of course the notes must be civilly answered, but on no account pledge yourself to any one of the writers.
He had spoken quite as civilly to Mr. Davoren half an hour before.
She was not more than civilly met on the part of the Queen, whose subsequent conduct was hardly so good as on that occasion.
I greet them civilly, I supply requisitions when backed by authority; again, what will you?
"I am sorry to have left you alone, Uncle Jacob," said the squire, civilly.
"That is all the Committee expects," he said civilly, and with a relief that was not lost on her.
The ogre received him as civilly as an ogre could do and made him sit down.