And thereupon followed one of those maternal and infantine duets, which appear such hopeless jargon to the masculine mind.
Lucy had not liked Ratia so little since the days of her infantine tyranny.
The idea is an infantine one, possible of entertainment only in the initial state of human knowledge.
Okiok was gazing at him, however, with an air of the most infantine simplicity and deference.
The language lost something of that infantine sweetness which had characterised it.
But listen and I'll expound in words suitable to your infantine understanding.
The universal inquiry was, during the evening, 'Have you seen Mrs. W.'s infantine back?
She wore a serene, infantine face, the picture of unobtrusive modesty.
I tossed back my ringlets with an infantine shake of the head, and sat as if unconscious of my triumph.
Such wishing was infantine, and fit only for a weak woman, such as the Marchioness.