Balt Haer, who had obviously already had a few, looked at him dourly.
"Your uncle is only forty-five and in his prime," said Aunt Augusta dourly.
The co-pilot regarded them dourly, and Joe clenched his fists.
"He will find it best in this instance," says Saxham dourly.
Oh, it was a dourly tragical young man who shared Mr. Smith's bedroom during the next few months.
"—Incorporated information and I can depend on it," said Bors dourly.
The others came in, Howell dourly and Graves wiping his moustache.
"Lie down on the floor," said Andrews dourly, without looking at him.
"I won't insult you by supposing that you have chosen such a time for joking," he said, dourly.
MacGregor looked at him dourly, disgust and anger on his big red face.
bleak and gloomy
Latin durus 'hard'