"That is the joy due every healthy pair in the world," Cavanaugh went on, reminiscently.
“Since the first night I met her,” he said slowly and reminiscently.
"There was Richard Tavernake who farmed the low fields," he remarked, reminiscently.
"I raffled that bed off," he continued, low and reminiscently.
He laughed, reminiscently rather than merrily, and was to my mind bent on getting a grip on himself again.
She laughed a little, reminiscently, and Norah looked interested.
“It must have been just about here,” he said, 235 reminiscently, as he hitched the horse to a tree and held out his hand to Carey.
"That's the trouble with these suffragettes," she said reminiscently.
"Nigh about twelve years ago," the light-keeper said reminiscently.
"Yes, that'll stretch a feller's legs," the bone man admitted, reminiscently.