But by this time the marquis was speechless, and François, taking the valise in hand, deferentially left the room.
"Mathilde will be here in a moment," said Caron deferentially.
"Home," said the genial banker, as he deferentially questioned the Lady of the Silver Bungalow.
Jim looked at her deferentially, as he passed, a hand ready for his hat.
“Ay bane looking for your razor, kiddo,” said Hulda deferentially.
He said deferentially in the first place that he was not a savage.
With Tosca Scarpia begins his interview quietly, deferentially.
He bowed to her as deferentially as to a sultana, when he made his answer.
“I am aware of your peculiar views, sir,” the young doctor put in deferentially, yet with a certain impatience.
She came in, deferentially; yet with a quiet dignity of manner.
deferential def·er·en·tial (děf'ə-rěn'shəl)
Of or relating to the vas deferens.