And ahead, tauntingly near now, loomed a thickly-wooded slope that meant the beginning of big timber—and safety.
"That's your sweet old employer," his wife cried, tauntingly.
In this he found them wanting, for they tauntingly told him to go and ask relief at Monmouth, where he had lived at service.
"How tauntingly he says it now," said Kate, while her eyes sparkled brilliantly.
He took down the receiver and Opal's voice greeted him, mockingly, tauntingly from his own world.
"You know how to do it very well, Gerald," she tauntingly returned.
"Be there and you will run after your lost sovereign," Millar went on tauntingly.
"If you talk like that, I shall know you're in love with him," said Harry tauntingly and angrily.
They tauntingly exhibited the clothes they had stripped from the slain, and shouted messages of defiance and insult.
He filled in the date, and again looked around at her, tauntingly.