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  1. Kutuzov made no rejoinder or remark.
  2. Kutúzov made no rejoinder or remark.
  3. The rejoinder to this was the first shrug.
  4. And I left before she could come up with a rejoinder.
  5. There was the smallest vein of scorn in her words of rejoinder:.

  6. Madam, I should like some tea, was the sole rejoinder she got.
  7. Wolzogen was about to make a rejoinder, but Kutuzov interrupted him.
  8. Wolzogen was about to make a rejoinder, but Kutúzov interrupted him.
  9. When I challenged the instructor on this point, he had no rejoinder.
  10. Though these reasons were very insufficient and obscure, no one made any rejoinder.
  11. This remark evoked a rejoinder from Nekhludoff, and a new dispute arose on the subject.
  12. Rob had to bite down hard on the obvious rejoinder that next time appeared to be in no good prospect.
  13. He looked compassionately at Balashëv, and as soon as the latter tried to make some rejoinder hastily interrupted him.
  14. Then suddenly Janaki rejoined her daughters with a rejoinder, ‘One shouldn’t forget the fuss Roopa made about the match.
  15. Nelthilta's rejoinder to Chervil in the run had been full of hatred, but this doe's gaze spoke of wrongs beyond her power to express.

  16. My rejoinder is that it would be at least comparably difficult for a man laying bricks to have an orgasm and lay bricks simultaneously.
  17. His son made no rejoinder, but it was evident that whatever arguments were presented he was as little able as his father to change his opinion.
  18. At the risk of her own, was the telling rejoinder of his interlocutor, none the less effective for the moderate and measured tone in which it was delivered.
  19. Impulsively, he felt like resubmitting the manuscript with a rejoinder that the concerned editor could take her own time to read and reject it, if it were a must.
  20. So little was his rejoinder appreciated that Napoleon did not notice it at all and naively asked Balashev through what towns the direct road from there to Moscow passed.
  21. So little was his rejoinder appreciated that Napoleon did not notice it at all and naïvely asked Balashëv through what towns the direct road from there to Moscow passed.
  22. The rejoinder of Benjamin Franklin to a lady who questioned him on his exit from the convention of the Continental Congress charged with modifying the Articles of Confederation.
  23. Caleb made no rejoinder, but presently lowered his spectacles, drew up his chair to the desk, and said, "Deuce take the bill—I wish it was at Hanover! These things are a sad interruption to business!".
  24. The real-estate broker had gone on and on about southern exposure—it had seemed to be her rejoinder to every reservation Regan voiced about the apartment, which she’d had to find on short notice.
  25. Besides this, the remarks of all except Pfuel had one common trait that had not been noticeable at the council of war in 1805: there was now a panic fear of Napoleon’s genius, which, though concealed, was noticeable in every rejoinder.

  26. He was still bursting with rage, however, at the cruel injustice of Professor Porter's insinuation, and was on the point of rendering a tart rejoinder when his eyes fell upon a strange figure standing a few paces away, scrutinizing them intently.
  27. To work! And saying this, Vasya, who had been all the time alternately smiling and trying to interrupt with some enthusiastic rejoinder the flow of his friend's feelings, and had, in short, been showing the most cordial response, suddenly subsided, sank into silence, and almost ran along the street.
  28. How many Days had I been with the Witches? How many Weeks with Lancelot? Had I my Monthly Visitation just a Week before Lord Bellars’ return Home, or was it earlier? I seem’d to recall ’twas a Week in advance of his Arrival, for I remember’d my Step-Sister Mary asking me if the Captain was at Home and Lady Bellars rebuking her with the Rejoinder that ’twas a scurvy Way to speak of Woman’s Domestick Afflictions, and show’d a Want of Breeding.
  29. Ah! By my word! there is something singular about you, said he: you have the air of a little nonnette; quaint, quiet, grave, and simple, as you sit with your hands before you, and your eyes generally bent on the carpet (except, by-the-bye, when they are directed piercingly to my face; as just now, for instance); and when one asks you a question, or makes a remark to which you are obliged to reply, you rap out a round rejoinder, which, if not blunt, is at least brusque.

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