But her expression was perfectly cool and quiet, and even condescending.
Write, ’I never condescend to bargain!’
Oh! and she does not condescend to bargain, while I DO, eh?
He was annoyed at the manner in which his gift had been returned, an though he had condescended, under the influence of passion, to place himself on a level with Ptitsin and Ferdishenko, his self-respect and sense of duty now returned together with a consciousness of what was due to his social rank and official importance.
"Well, there you see!" said the general, condescendingly.
"I don’t understand your condescension," said Hippolyte.
Aglaya had simply frightened him; yet he did not give up all thoughts of her—though he never seriously hoped that she would condescend to him.
), and informed me, in reply to my proposal of marriage, that she ’did not want condescending sympathy or help from anybody.’
On the contrary, I think it very likely that you may shoot yourself; but the principal thing is to keep cool," said Evgenie with a drawl, and with great condescension.
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She gave me that condescending look as though I wasn’t worthy to ask her a question.
My older sister condescended to take me shopping with her.