The man saw young bread-and-butter with the raw sugar of beauty sprinkled upon it promisingly.
Somehow, it was hard to say why, it did not read so promisingly as at first.
It was based on her exceptional physical nature; and she might have used it promisingly.
"You came up the trail from the Double-Elm Fork," he said promisingly.
Lady Clive had her wish; the thorn festered as promisingly as she could have desired.
He was glad to see McGinnis back again, for he was most promisingly hairy.
They would find there a very virgin field of a most promisingly dead level.
The Olympian gods would also have had to be introduced: Apollo already appears in the poem, not too promisingly.
Could it be that the contrivance which worked so promisingly in the Boston rooms would not work under these other conditions?