Say one more such word, and save me from utter ruin.
Hardly had the prince uttered the last word when Gania gave such a fearful shudder that the prince almost cried out.
Gania’s irritation increased with every word he uttered, as he walked up and down the room.
My goodness, what utter twaddle, and what may all this nonsense have signified, pray?
He could not understand how that proud and austere beauty could show herself to be such an utter child—a child who probably did not even now understand some words.
The end of the episode was that when Aglaya saw her mother and sisters crying over her and not uttering a word of reproach, she had flung herself into their arms and gone straight home with them.
Nor does every husband feel bound to repeat at every step, "Tu l’as voulu, Georges Dandin!" like another typical personage; and yet how many millions and billions of Georges Dandins there are in real life who feel inclined to utter this soul-drawn cry after their honeymoon, if not the day after the wedding!
"They never utter a hint about the past, not only in Aglaya’s presence, but even among themselves.