"Cuss-an'-burn the blasted ole smooth-bore," said Fortner, contemptuously.
He stooped, picked it up, and cast it contemptuously from him.
"More than one, I should think," returned Archie, contemptuously.
A nobleman once contemptuously asked of a sage, “What have you got by all your philosophy?”
He and his mother were Queery and Drolly, contemptuously so called, and they answered to these names.
“No, he did not,” said the girl, shortly and contemptuously.
"I begin to suspect that our Italian friends will be satisfied with this, and never go further," said Norwood, contemptuously.
"You'll ruffle it to the gallows, no doubt," he said contemptuously.
The commissionaire regarded him contemptuously, but did not reply to the sarcasm.
On that he paused, and after an instant's silence Asad laughed angrily and contemptuously.