"You are not listening, sir," said the general, reprovingly.
"I think that Harry has the floor," said his uncle, reprovingly.
"That wasn't what I was going to say at all," retorted Elfreda reprovingly.
“Little boys should be seen, not heard,” said his elder brother, reprovingly.
"Always thinking of something to eat," continued the other, reprovingly.
The Baroness snatched a fan which girdled her, and tapped him with it reprovingly.
"Louise, you should never promise to visit people till you know something about them," said Aunt Marcia reprovingly.
"I always said your pride would be your bane," says Cecil, reprovingly.
A person is speaking bitterly or uncharitably of one who is dead; and another says reprovingly—'let the dead rest.'
"Molly," she said reprovingly, finding her frowns calmly ignored.