- v. present participle of reply.
“Only, in replying, the tutor copied in the language teacher.”
“So sorry to be slow in replying, blogging friends – the flu laid me low for a several days there.”
“You will think me very long in replying to your last which came by parcel, but I have been visiting at Mr. Walker's of Gravely during the whole of the last week, and only found yours and your sister's mutual information on”
“Yes, sorry I am late in replying — I WAS being sarcastic at #15.”
“Using CC when replying from the device to my desktop, Email can be put in sent mail.”
“Also, one of the things I love about this blog is the generosity of contributors in replying to one another, the willingness to offer encouragement and tips.”
“Sorry to have been so remiss in replying to comments.”
“Mr. BourjailyThank you for your courtesy in replying directly!”
“Oscar2 in the post to which I'm replying is talking about the La Quinta Royal here in Zacatecas city which is a 5 or more star hotel.”
“I feel justified in replying as follows: these comments do not reflect reality; they are a distortion and an exaggeration and betray ignorance of the facts; and finally, I can take you anytime, buddy, so name the place.”
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