10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONSOLINGLY»
Discover the use of consolingly
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to consolingly
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Alberta Elders' Cree Dictionary
... s/he arrests her/him. kacitiniwew (VTA) S/he catches someone. kacitinikew (VTI
) S/he catches something. kakecihiwewin pi. kakecihiwewina (NI) The act of
consoling; the act of placating. kakecimew (VTA) S/he speaks consolingly to her/
Nancy LeClaire, George Cardinal, Harold Cardinal, 1998
On the Cross: A Romance of the Passion Play at Oberammergau
Mamma, it doesn't hurt — you must not cry," said the boy, consolingly. " There is a
spider inside of my breast which tickles me — so I have to cough. But it will spin a
big, big net of silver threads like those on the Christmas tree which will reach ...
Wilhelmine von Hillern, 1893
The Reader: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine
“Well, Decker isn't any better ofi' than you,” I said consolingly. “He's ten or fifteen
thousand shares worse off than I am.” “And he's put a fortune into Crown
Diamond, and is pretty well loaded with Confidence.” “True, my boy.” “And so,” I
Real People and Dreams: A New Book of Stories and Poems
"But," said the voice from above, consolingly, "you have lovely brown eyes, and
the longest lashes !" In sheer amazement the Ogre man stopped frowning. In grim
surprise he stared blankly up at the wall of leaves. "But I can't walk on my eyes," ...
Margaret Elizabeth Sangster, 1915
The Annual monitor and memorandum book (or, Obituary of the ...
He died on the 25th of Tenth month, 1873 : and it is consolingly believed, that he
has joined that glorious company, whose robes are washed and made white in
the blood of the Lamb ; — " therefore, are they before the throne of God." Rachel
Focus On Reading: Tuck Everlasting:grades 4-6
"She merely told herself consolingly, 'Of course, while I'm in the wood, if I decide
never to come back, well then, that will be that.'" consolingly: 3. "The boy eyed her
as she came forward. 'What're you doing here?' he asked her sternly." sternly: ...
Walch, Walch Publishing, 2002
Robert and Cornelia: A Romantic Society Tragedy in Five Acts ...
Franklin (consolingly) Is this this the first meeting since the death of your friend?
Randall (nodding sadly) Yes; I have prolonged the absence, until my presence
became necessary (Mr. Phorbes turns towards him in surprise. To Mr. Phorbes) I
Richard Henry Lewis, 1901
Any Approaching Enemy: A Novel of the Napoleonic Wars
"There is no elsewhere, my dear," Mr. Jones responded with a renewed quaver in
his tone, patting his wife's arm consolingly. "Cadiz was our only chance." Turning
toward the port official, he begged, "As citizens of the United States, we are ...
They murmur consolingly to me of war and famine and insurrection. Then they
murmur consolingly to me of horsey victories, tennis tourneys and cricket scores.
They are the world's groundsmen, gently dragging an enormous groundsheet of
FIRST WORLD WAR: YPRES 1918 -TIMED JUSTICE- GHOST TRENCH
“Little blue lobelia all around the edge” (His father nods his head). “Then there
are little groups of yellow flowers all over the length of the grave. At the head
stands a wooden cross bearing his name and Rest In Peace. (Consolingly). it to
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONSOLINGLY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term consolingly
is used in the context of the following news items.
The Red Lion, Grantchester: restaurant review
The waiting staff was very apologetic but there was no move to make amends, no consolingly free mocktail or gratis bowl of popcorn. «Cambridge News, Jun 15»
Kellie Maloney's ex-wife Tracey: I'd like to marry new man but …
Tracey whispers consolingly for Kellie not to cry. The pair, who have two girls, Sophie, 20, and Libby, 14, have become best friends. They say ... «Irish Mirror, Jun 15»
Spoon feeds fans the hits at Vancouver's Malkin Bowl
“This isn't so bad,” Daniel said consolingly. “You guys can take this.” Bathed in violet light, Spoon spent the back half of the set juxtaposing the ... «Straight.com, May 15»
Escape, most daring
His father smiled back consolingly. The son was angry and confused. They'd only come out for a meal because they were both hungry. «The Hindu, May 15»
Don Giovanni review (Arts Centre, Melbourne)
He faux-consolingly takes Donna Elvira to his breast only to push her away and casually, almost as an aside, flicks wine in Leporello's face; ... «Daily Review, May 15»
'Hold Still,' a Memoir by Sally Mann
Consolingly, he added that “I don't think there is anything you can take a picture of that doesn't arouse somebody,” but warned that the Manns ... «New York Times, May 15»
Baltimore cops charged in Freddie Gray death: What do police think …
A colleague leans over, consolingly, and whispers. "Maybe he was, maybe he was.... You survived." The actions of a Billings, Mont., police ... «Christian Science Monitor, May 15»
This Spring's Literary Subject May Have You Calling Your Pals
I remember hearing her complain to her mother in the next room, to which her mother replied consolingly: “That's OK, because you're prettier ... «Vogue.com, Apr 15»
Joe Brolly: In the name of winning, everything is now justifiable …
When he was black carded and walked to the bench, Eamon Fitzmaurice patted Murphy consolingly on the back. When, for the first time ever, ... «Irish Independent, Apr 15»
The Armenian Genocide And The Creation Of Israel
Deedes, an outwardly dry, hard man, consolingly spoke of the young English soldiers dying in Europe. He assured Aaron the British would ... «The Jewish Press, Mar 15»