"Very true," he gravely replied; "it was very bad."
"The joke," he replied gravely, "seemed confined to you and Mr. Churchill."
"You were speaking," said he, gravely.
"No, no,"—he gravely replied.
—It did not seem to touch the rest of the party equally; some looked very stupid about it, and Mr. Knightley gravely said, "This explains the sort of clever thing that is wanted, and Mr. Weston has done very well for himself; but he must have knocked up every body else.
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Her smile disappeared as she suddenly realized the gravity of her situation.
It was the day of the funeral and she was in a grave mood.