“It's exactly the sort of simperingly earnest, warbly bum-sneeze we have come to know and ignore over the last 10 years.”
“I would, however, be simperingly grateful if any Aston Martin executive happens to read this and feels like offering me a free sample of their wares, in which unlikely event I can guarantee my endorsement would be unreserved and heartfelt to a frankly pathetic extent …”
“She sensed morbidly that she was acquiring the propitiatory, simperingly pathetic air of the disabled.”
“In part it was the “anecdotic side” to Johnson that made his work appealing: Weekley reported, for instance, that “[a] lady, who simperingly congratulated him on his omission of all indecent words from the Dictionary, was met with the truly Johnsonian retort: ‘So you have been looking for them, Madam?’””
“The vocabulary used to describe a man like himself, once full of solemn dignity, has been reduced to the simperingly ironic.”
“A lady, who simperingly congratulated him on his omission of all indecent words from the Dictionary, was met with the truly Johnsonian retort: 'So you have been looking for them, Madam?”
“She thanked him simperingly and tucked it in her knapsack.”
“I'm called Hui Hsiang, (orchid fragrance)," that waiting-maid rejoined simperingly.”
“He wheeled round and stared dumbly at the weak faced one, who looked at a complete loss, but managed to stammer simperingly that it was a part of the United States.”
“Heath, and long-necked, ringleted ladies looked wistfully or simperingly at you.”
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