I'll fetch ye yer breakfus', sah, in de mornin', fur all ye are so perlite.
"This gentleman has been so perlite to me, James," said she.
"I brung yo' a side of nice hawg what I jes' kill't," says he perlite.
He's too perlite by half, with his smile and his fine lingo and all.
He looked and spoke like a thorough-bred gentleman; but he was as perlite and civil as ever a man could be.
You gimme sech a tu'n, dat I ain't got room ter be perlite skacely.'
Much obleeged to him for being so perlite in showing me round.
And the sperrit o' the little feller, jest takin' his dorg 'n' lightin' out with nothin' but a perlite good-bye!
But I don't think he heard that shot, and I warn't sorry for it; for it's not right to be a pokin' it into a perlite man, is it?
He asked me as perlite for the wood, as he couldn't be perliter ef I war Queen Victory herself.'