...Babbitt accepted favors with the condescension one always shows a patient nurse.
When she condescended to be good-humored she was nervously amusing.
Now they were men and women of the world, very supercilious men and women; the boys condescended to Babbitt, they wore evening-clothes, and with hauteur they accepted cigarettes from silver cases.
When he mentioned his friends Sir Gerald Doak, Lord Wycombe, William Washington Eathorne, and Chum Frink, he was proud of their condescending interest.
But fact is, I belong to so many organizations now that I can’t do ’cause justice, and I want to think it over before I decide about coming into the G.C.L." Colonel Snow condescended, "Oh, no, I’m not exaggerating!
Babbitt, under the name of "Old Georgie," was now a pioneer of the Bunch, since each month it changed half its membership and he who could recall the prehistoric days of a fortnight ago, before Mrs. Absolom, the food-demonstrator, had gone to Indianapolis, and Mac had "got sore at" Minnie, was a venerable leader and able to condescend to new Petes and Minnies and Gladyses.
As the man climbed in Babbitt condescended, "Going clear down-town?
Thanks!" they condescended.
Babbitt, revolving his hat like a defaulting poor tenant, winced so visibly that Maxwell condescended: "I don’t like to hurt your feelings, but you see we both want to do our best for Riesling, and we mustn’t consider any other factor.
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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.