The lad started, and was about to burst into some protestation, but Etienne Rambert imperiously checked him.
I mentally ran over the list of demands which were pressing me the most imperiously.
He imperiously signed to his guards, and at once the demoiselle was gripped harshly by both arms.
In a moment, however, she stood up and imperiously waved him aside.
But I waved them imperiously back, and mounted the stairs alone.
His eyes changed, and imperiously he gave an order to his assistants.
But the exercise of the milder virtues is imperiously called for in seasons of national alarm.
"You should tell Mr. Cashel who this man is," said she, imperiously.
He would have gladly deferred the interview, but she summoned him imperiously.
"I speak not of that, sir; and you know it," cried Fagan, imperiously.