Chord from the harmonium—the Child advances, and curtsies with much aplomb.
The curtsies of these German princesses are indeed quite wonderful.
She inquires if it is for the waltz, and hearing that it is, draws back and curtsies apologetically.
We saw them going toward the house, and exchanged bows and curtsies at a distance, but did not join them.
He blushed redder than ever at the sight of us, as we entered the hall and dropped him our curtsies.
A coloured servant would have opened the parlour, ushered us in, and with smiles and curtsies requested us to be seated.
When we had made our curtsies to the Empress she desired that we should go round and be presented to His Majesty.
An old lady in a black dress and a cap, who curtsies up and down, and expresses herself ever so well.
She curtsies to Graeme and with a warning look at Granahan goes into room.
It belonged to the old shawl and the demure bonnet, to the meekness of pose, to the bobbing of curtsies,—it was Victorian.