“There is no room to do anything else,” said Mr Burne grumpily.
"Yes, you too have been in Arcadia," we seem not too grumpily to allow.
“I do not see why they should come more to you than to me,” he said grumpily.
"Oh, well, if that's all you like me," said Johnny grumpily.
"Give me another chance and we'll have another chase," I told him grumpily.
I muttered, grumpily, that I had no particular respect for Falk.
"Well, I did," said I grumpily, not liking to be bereft of any little glory in her eyes.
“Yes,” said the other grumpily, as if disinclined even for conversation.
“Mr. Cleigh,” said the boy, grumpily, as he presented a letter and a small box.
“Man, I wish I was going,” said George grumpily, as he watched us mount.