apostrophizing love


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  • v. Present participle of apostrophize.


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  • Once, through a canvas wall, she heard a man apostrophizing gorgeously, and felt sure that it was Del


  • And the voice of the tribal priest will be heard, apostrophizing this huge graffito.

    The Existential Clown

  • There under the pen name “Meg Merrilies,” she began publishing her breathily apostrophizing poetry—“San Francisco, city of mists and dreams!”


  • Two days later he came away apostrophizing modern manners.

    A Woman of Thirty

  • At length the Major being released from his fit, went one Saturday growling down to Brighton, with the native behind him; apostrophizing Miss

    Dombey and Son

  • What are you looking in at the door for? — ‘continued Walter, apostrophizing an old gentleman with a powdered head (inaudibly to him of course), who was staring at a ship’s telescope with all his might and main.

    Dombey and Son

  • ‘Why, damme, Sir,’ said the Major, rolling his lobster eyes round and round Princess’s Place, and apostrophizing its fragrant air, ‘six months ago, the woman loved the ground Josh Bagstock walked on.

    Dombey and Son

  • ‘Thinks of a birdcage, afore me!’ cried the old woman, apostrophizing the ceiling.

    Dombey and Son

  • ‘Go your ways,’ said Pinch, apostrophizing the coach;

    The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

  • But Mrs. Jethway, silently apostrophizing the house, with actions which seemed dictated by a half-overturned reason, had discerned the girl, and immediately came up and stood in front of her.

    A Pair of Blue Eyes


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