Don't forget, my dear," the elder Elizabeth drily remarked, "you have to reign all afternoon.
In Northern Ireland, the conflict was drily referred to as "The Troubles."
"Well, you're due to have a bit more," observed Mr. Pertell, drily.
"You know I don't want English spoken here," she said drily.
The Friar looked at him a minute, and then said drily, Yes, thats what I said; they need trainin.
Kociuszko drily replied, "Warsaw is not in the necessity to be compelled to surrender."
"Well, you may depend upon my not praising you," she said drily.
"I have not noticed any signs of illness," Sartoris said drily.
"Either that, or else he'd be buried," remarked Frank, drily.
"It's a good thing to have that repertation," Uncle Jabez said drily.