He probably is with your papa or mamma, dear,” observed the governess; “it is scarcely fair to wish to monopolise his society.
They monopolise the telephone, and are in great request as compositors.
One only knows them apart by their paint, their tonnage, or the name of the particular set of financiers who monopolise them.
And, having reached remorse, he allowed that to monopolise him.
They monopolise to themselves, in full plenitude, fourteen articles of the Constitution, from Article 19 to Article 33.
She has no right to monopolise the beauties of both complexions.
The winner of the race is apt to monopolise the glory, though he wins only by a hair's breadth.
The watchers who remain in the sanctuary do not monopolise its blessings.
It is the married men who monopolise all the vice and improprieties of life.
Well, when he comes back, you mustn't expect to monopolise Bernadette.