"That's the worst of the medical profession," he added, equivocally.
But there was probably an advance made which we do not find recorded, or only equivocally recorded, in the memorials of the age.
Gilpin himself is interesting as an important member of "the naturals," as they have been oddly and equivocally called.
"It is very late," replied the churlish landlord, equivocally.
The lieutenant wrinkled his eyebrows a little more and the small man nodded toward Fray Damaso equivocally.
"I hope it may," said the physician, equivocally; and he changed the subject.
Do you dare to reply to me equivocally, when I have asked a positive answer?
Then she added, equivocally, "Even the very homeliest girl is prettier than a boy."
She had even to guard against an equivocally sympathetic voice or manner, as she asked, "How long did they remand him for?"
"And so long as thou doest good unto thyself, men will speak well of thee," said the Jew, equivocally.