Secondly, he assumed, patronizingly, that what really bothers conservatives about government is its inefficiency.
He turned to the man and put a hand on his shoulder, patronizingly.
"That's your great-grandfather, dearie, that I've told you about," she said patronizingly.
"Quite noble of you—quite noble," said Harcout patronizingly.
"He'll come this evening, I'm sure," said Sukey, patronizingly.
"I will speak to the authorities about a change in your dietary scale," returned Meekin, patronizingly.
You should have had a burglar-alarm, she said, patronizingly.
"Oh, I live close by—right on that big green square where I guess the nurse takes you once in a while," said Billy patronizingly.
"Chirostemon pentadactylon, my friend," said the doctor, patronizingly.
“You seem to be a pretty smooth young feller,” he remarked, patronizingly.