He fumbled in his pocket for a cigarette and shakily lighted it.
"I can't see the upper sails, sir," declared Gambril shakily.
"I want to go to bed," she said shakily, and did so, feeling for her pocket-handkerchief as she crossed the room.
I am shakily mad tonight, I believe, from a so slight sticky matter.
"The—ship that was on Orede came in during the night," Maril told him shakily.
"I dunno, yet," he said shakily, while his head rolled from side to side.
It was just an X, that's all, shakily scrawled in yellow paint, with the initials "J-A" scrawled much smaller beside it.
"Come on, then," said Slyne, and Mr. Jobling got shakily up from the bench.
shakily, he removed his headband and snapped the playback off.
Finally he got shakily to his feet, assisted by two of his men.