Susan came out and stood on the steps and curtsied low—rustic fashion—but with a grace of her own.
Nor did the latter, having risen and curtsied, know what to do.
She curtsied to the Doctor as he passed—for they all loved him, and he had ever a kind word for all he met.
"Cha-armed to meet you, I'm sure," said Sophie, and curtsied to the ground.
She dropped her candle and curtsied to the Countess's voice.
So saying, she curtsied and left me, overcome with surprise.
They unbent so far as to smile when they curtsied or touched their hats, but did not take him to their bosoms.
They brought her up to Lampron's sketch, and curtsied neatly to her.
"I am only Audrey, your Excellency," she said, and curtsied as she spoke.
I talked to him as if he had been a civilised being, I curtsied to him.