"Her smile is very pleasing," submitted Martha, diffidently.
It was Aura who diffidently suggested the plan they finally adopted.
Mademoiselle, please do not think that I mean to intrude, I said diffidently, when I had come to her side.
"I am as inexpert with the gun as the rod," said I, diffidently.
The parson havent said nothin, but Tibbies got a notion that hes wonderful fond o canned peaches, Jonathan ventured, diffidently.
"I suspect not," said she, diffidently, and still blushing deeper.
Finally, they rested, floating, and Charles diffidently related what was in his heart.
"You've seen very little of our world," he said diffidently.
"I don't think, for my part, I should wish to be so old as that," diffidently returned Harold.
"I hear that O'Meara called on you to-day," he said diffidently.