"I shall not want you any longer, Blair," said Mr. Clinch to the young fellow of whom Conant had spoken so disparagingly to me.
She was sorry, she said, to find that I thought so disparagingly of my brother.
John shook the nearly empty can disparagingly as Silvey joined him on the back lawn a moment later.
As to the People, if I shall seem to have spoken of them disparagingly, it has not been unkindly.
Bertomy had nothing but the highest praise for Lagors, but, on the other hand, spoke most disparagingly of the count.
“But it is differently rigged to the boats on the Thames, uncle,” I said disparagingly.
I am not aware of having spoken unjustly or disparagingly of the dramatic profession.
His work is disparagingly criticised by other living sociologists.
I could not wonder that our own travellers have always spoken so disparagingly of the American civilization.
I wouldn't let Martha Ann be spoken of disparagingly in the town for the world.