In the interval between the first and second acts I saw gentlemen of all classes paying their devoirs to these ladies.
No, no, it was not thus your own brave countrymen understood their 'devoirs.'
He wanted to come up here and pay his devoirs to you, but I evaded the honour.
How could any bow pay its devoirs distinctly to thirty-five strings?
I have a profound respect for the venerable bottle, and would pay my devoirs to it.
It was my intention to pay my devoirs at Versailles tomorrow.
The devoirs had strange names indicating the legends with which the origins of these organizations were connected.
Think you, Madame, that I could remain long in Paris and fail to pay you my devoirs?
No true Beltonian returning from a long absence ever failed to pay his devoirs at that shrine.
You will grant that it is in character for a Senator to pay his devoirs to a sultana.