“Idly he reached out to let Jeran's fist curl around his fingers, his expression dotingly tender for an omnipotent Prime-elect.”
“This rose lover is heading back outside to my gardens … dotingly waiting for the first rose buds to bloom here.”
“This rose lover is heading back outside to my gardens…dotingly waiting for the first rose buds to bloom here.”
“And I dutifully, dotingly, and reluctantly let you go, while galloping breathless at your side, as you let rip one wicked, “Hands-off!””
“Director Davis, who films Paltrow's excursions into the subway and the slums as if she had entered Dante's Inferno, dwells dotingly on the elegantly chilly appointments of the couple's Fifth Avenue apartment, which features a Stella over the fireplace and a Botero in the next room.”
“Hence, the people soon came to dislike her, and she soon came to dislike them; and she did so much all through this reign in setting the King (who was dotingly fond of her) against his subjects, that it would have been better for him if she had never been born.”
“Lord Luxellian was dotingly fond of the children; rather indifferent towards his wife, since she had begun to show an inclination not to please him by giving him a boy.”
“The daughter was to have but a slender provision; the bulk of the property was, as before has been said, to go to the son, — his father did not care for him or anybody else, — his mother was dotingly fond of him as the child of her latter days, — his sister disliked him.”
“But, hark ye, girls Let me ask you Do you find many of these constrnit nymphs, when they have had their foolish way given them, and they have huied the honest man of whom they were once so dotingly fond, refuse to marry again?”
“It is even lovelier when you realize that my mother dotingly hand crafted it for me out of tin foil.”
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