Secondly, he assumed, patronizingly, that what really bothers conservatives about government is its inefficiency.
He turned to the man and put a hand on his shoulder, patronizingly.
"He'll come this evening, I'm sure," said Sukey, patronizingly.
"Quite noble of you—quite noble," said Harcout patronizingly.
"That's your great-grandfather, dearie, that I've told you about," she said patronizingly.
"I will speak to the authorities about a change in your dietary scale," returned Meekin, patronizingly.
You should have had a burglar-alarm, she said, patronizingly.
"Oh, I live close by—right on that big green square where I guess the nurse takes you once in a while," said Billy patronizingly.
"Chirostemon pentadactylon, my friend," said the doctor, patronizingly.
“You seem to be a pretty smooth young feller,” he remarked, patronizingly.