"Why, yes—" said Miss Lydia, doubtfully, and dusted her floury hands together.
Jethro looked at her doubtfully, and then, as she smiled at him, he smiled also.
"If those are mullet, they don't sound as though they amounted to much," said Captain Westfield, doubtfully.
The guard watched us doubtfully, and angrily, but he let us pass.
And the rest of the people looked at each other doubtfully, troubled at this sudden schism in the weakened tribe.
"Edward says they're all rot, too," replied Charlotte, doubtfully.
"Lablache and I are not on the best of terms," he said doubtfully.
"I have no luggage to-night," he answered, and then he saw that the clerk looked at him doubtfully.
"I was always against cousins marrying," Mr. Lindsay said, doubtfully.
“There would be danger in the attempt,” Jethro said doubtfully.