"Not a very wise remark on your part, Mr Bates," and Corson looked at him meaningly.
“I dare say he found the view very interesting,” he added, meaningly.
"I presume you heard the news and came home at once," he added, meaningly.
Jack and his mates, hearing the English speech, glanced at each other meaningly.
"Then I would keep my hands off them," said the other meaningly.
"I think I had better go to my room and lie down," meaningly.
"It might be as well wi' Risk as wi' the conger," said he, meaningly.
"There is danger for you in that land of Spaniards, if ever we get yonder," said Peter meaningly.
"An' well you might, Mrs. Grimps," cried Mrs. Sawney meaningly.
“A man does not go in the dark to look for a trail,” said Padre Andreas meaningly.