good-evening, Miss Mitford, could we do anything in the office for you to-night?
"good-evening, Captain Ringgold," said he, extending his hand.
“good-evening, ladies and gentlemen,” said he, and his voice was as pleasant as his smile.
"good-evening, Senor Don Jose," he said, pressing the young man's hand.
Mrs. Cobbold desired her to come on the morrow, and wished her good-evening.
"good-evening, Marta," boomed the clergyman's unctuous tones.
He cheerfully permitted his baggage to be searched by the Minute Men, who, finding nothing objectionable, bade him good-evening.
"good-evening," he said in what he intended for a cordial tone.
She said good-evening to Esther and stared frigidly at June, as if she did not like to see the two girls together.
"good-evening, Mr. Millard," said Agatha, in an embarrassed but austere voice.