"All the more reason why I should not be daunted now," zibeline insisted.
"So now we see zibeline fairly launched," remarked the banker.
He came to ask, or rather demand, zibeline's hand for his master: and the fairy made his magnificence appear rags and rubbish.
"I await your orders, Madame la Duchesse," said zibeline, rising.
With that he threw from his shoulders his mantle of zibeline, but kept light hold of his sword.
I prefer to call her zibeline—that name is better suited to a courtesan.
"Not so sweet as those of Glory, General," zibeline replied, with a pretty air of deference.
This was, for the hostile pair, a new cause of grievance against zibeline.
zibeline lay inanimate on the grass, her face lying against the earth.
"The order of the zibeline," Valentine replied, with a frank burst of laughter.