Mr. Golding was sadly pleasant; Carrie was roguishly observant, but womanly and quiet.
“Yes, I went to carry my cousin home,” retorted Patricia roguishly.
The dagger was ‘good for killing fish,’ he said roguishly; and was supposed to have his eye upon fish upon two legs.
He pushed the sunbonnet back and patted her roguishly on the head.
He promised me, roguishly enough, that he would have thought of a better than that by the time he sighted Cape Clear.
She winked at me roguishly, and patted her heavy handbag significantly.
"You wouldn't have that difficulty with Aunt Rachel," said Jack, roguishly.
"He doesn't know what he is talking about," she said, roguishly, over her shoulder.
"I guess folks yarn about them, more than the graves yawn," said Agnes, roguishly.
"I saw you on the upper side once," retorted Jack roguishly.