"'The darcys looking down,' you would add," said the Knight, with a gleam of his habitual humor in his eye.
"You ought not to have alluded to the darcys, however," said O'Halloran.
Fred and Sylvie came over to the darcys to tea that evening, and Maverick dropped in of course.
At the darcys they held what Sylvie laughingly called "symposiums."
Next to being within a stone's throw of the darcys themselves, it was the best thing imaginable.
It is strange to have a war going on without any darcys in it!
He certainly had not inherited the beauty of the darcys nor the Beaumanoirs, not even the delicacy of his mother.
The darcys had arrived; to-morrow they would appear at church; on Monday they would probably drive over with Rob and pay a call.
Jane went, however, to three picture-galleries—her mind still full of Bennets and darcys.
His low origin was too recent, his moneyed dealings too notorious, to gain him acceptance, except on the ruins of the darcys.