I am not prepared to go that length, Mr. vavasor,—not altogether to go that length,—ugh—ugh—ugh.
"Look at that dog-fish," said vavasor, pointing to the largest in the tank.
When vavasor looked round, he saw Hester had left him, and was already almost at the mill.
"You are too much of a philosopher for me, Miss Raymount," said vavasor with a smile.
vavasor took upon him to assure Mrs. Raymount that Mark was safe and would be all right in a little while.
It takes a lifetime, Mr. vavasor, to learn where to pay our taxes.
"I am only too much delighted Miss Raymount should care to ask me anything," said vavasor.
When vavasor was gone she turned with greater diligence to her musical studies.
To her reference to Browning then, vavasor did not venture a reply.
Now vavasor was in reality not a little disgusted at what he beheld.