- n. a lengthy rebuke
“Outside the coffee-shop window, Truman Stark stopped and pretended to look for something on the ground, stealing a glance at the brunette who stood at the corner of the pastry case inside, talking to the owner.”
“Screwie Louie stopped talking to a girl twenty years his junior and put his arm around me.”
““Behind the cemetery walls,” my sister enunciates as if she were talking to an audience.”
“I often felt like I was talking to a table of deaf Vikings when I explained that steak should be cooked medium rare, not blackened and attached to T-bones.”
“Tully could see Pap out on the road talking to Harvey Grant, the forest ranger.”
“Ulric spoke as if he were talking to a child rather than a PhD archaeologist, but Dilara ignored the patronization.”
“The game we all play: my mother, my sister, my teachers at school, my friend Tanya, who is talking to a girl in Reebok sneakers, and even Maria Mikhailovna—or maybe especially Maria Mikhailovna—with her well-tailored suits and lectures on Leningrad, the cradle of the Great October Socialist Revolution.”
“By then Angel and Louis had got my message, and Angel was now seated beside her, talking to her gently, while Louis waited outside in the car.”
“He asked me what I thought, as I recall it, and I said the Akagi was probably talking to some tanker marus, marus being merchant ships and probably going to get oil.”
“There was something about the way he looked at me when he offered me the money in return for talking to Curtis Peltier.”
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