Then vivaciously, 'My faith, your pilot-house wants a clean-up!'
"For your scorn of her love," interposed Priscilla vivaciously.
But Fenton was vivaciously discussing last Novembers ball games with his vis--vis, a middler whose name is unknown to history.
"She has given my new doll a name," continued Ruby, vivaciously.
"The wine is no good," said the stout gentleman, vivaciously.
Just finished my shopping and thought Id have a look in here, she said vivaciously.
"I understand that he made a million dollars last week by a trick of fortune," Danilo went on vivaciously.
“That wine is no good,” said the stout gentleman, vivaciously.
She contented herself by arguing against it, and talking as vivaciously as she could.
As he spoke, he vivaciously rapped his friend on the shoulder with his stick.