Thereat, with a smile he slightingly took hold of the tail with his left hand; but could not move that tail of the mighty monkey.
Perhaps the senorita may not treat my offer quite so slightingly as yourself.
He spoke therefore but slightingly of Harley—treated the boy's suit as a thing past and gone.
Nevertheless, it seems to me that a datum that preceded it was slightingly treated.
He turned it back and forth in his hand, looking it over; he chucked and caught it slightingly in the air, and handed it back.
I may have been wrong to speak so slightingly of those two ladies.
But as Haldin could not be slightingly dismissed Razumov adopted the tone of hospitality, asking him to sit down and smoke.
He had not meant to treat her slightingly, any more than he had meant to rob Mistress Lynn.
Algernon shook off the clinging arm from his shoulder, not roughly, but slightingly.
The brawn Tom had spoken of so slightingly was what they needed from this time on, and nothing else would save them.