"I thought Communion-tables were an Evangelical start," said Sally irreverently.
This story, heartlessly and irreverently told, was the tragedy of my life!
His ‘sweet Saviour,’ as he irreverently exclaims, has told him all.
And, irreverently, he was putting out a swollen tongue at his Managing Director.
"I hear we are going to make a pilgrimage when we get to Suez," said Sam irreverently.
The forests, irreverently called "bush," are beyond words for beauty.
I mention this, not irreverently, but to give you the best idea I can of the cemetery, from my own impressions.
Nor was this all: she irreverently persisted in her old inquiry of “What is the Church?”
“Some of those old buses look like ash-boxes,” interposed de Spain irreverently.
If you knew Him at all, you would not talk of Him so irreverently.