- From the phrase I was — or we were — just wondering. (Wiktionary)
“I was just wondering whether to have moules marinières or not.””
“I'm just wondering if you made some sort of deal with him," Pirbazari said.”
““No, I … well, I went to school with Judy, Mrs. Baker … and I was just wondering if I could come over and talk to you about her … just kind of reminisce …” Invisibly to her, I shuddered at my own prevarication.”
“‘We were just wondering if you had any information on Hebe’s real parents?’”
“She was just wondering whether they could cover the last ten miles to Caemlyn without a murder, when Kirstian rapped at her door and darted in without waiting for an answer.”
“I was just wondering what Miss Frost's home life was like as a child.”
“They're just wondering about you and Miss Casey," she said as cautiously, not translating the lewd remarks about the size of Casey's chest, the wondering where her clothes came from, how much they cost, why she didn't wear any jewelry, and what it must be like to be so tall.”
““I was just wondering what Robillard did to hurt you.””
““I’m just wondering whether any of his latents, you know, Andrew Porter’s, were found at the Robilio house, maybe even in the home office?””
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