Trust Howbridge for feathering his nest all right, said the seamstress, bitingly.
"I s'pose there's no need o' my settin' down," she remarked, bitingly.
This was said in good-humour, and with a laugh; but it was also said bitingly.
"I thought you could handle routine operations," he said bitingly.
"Take care that next time the Falling Wall doesn't clean you up," she said bitingly.
"You deserve all the punishment you are enduring," I bitingly told him.
"You did not hesitate to accept some rather expensive pearls if I remember correctly," said Mrs. Tresslyn bitingly.
"You're overbearing, supercilious and egotistic," went on Nora bitingly.
Belmont was reached after dark; the troops were without over-coats or blankets, and the night was bitingly cold.
The wind, bitingly cold, drove the snow before it in an almost solid wall.