Coakley airily suggested that maybe she could hold a fundraiser.
“Something to do with bankruptcy and an ancient honorary decree,” she said, airily.
God's wrath must be harder to bear than the bitter humiliation to which her mother had so airily condemned her.
“What we want is to administer a tonic to the Conference in Milan,” he said airily.
Oh,” he said airily, “I told him to keep his pig of a child away from the white chief.
"Don't bother about me," I called as airily as possible, as I shot past him.
You go on airily: 'I'm pretty sure I can bring twenty thousand pounds' worth of ads.
"And that won't do, under the circumstances," she cut in airily.
"God knows," said Davy airily, preparing to resume his reading.
"Oh, just to show the diplomatists were wrong," I said airily.