But Carol kept up the appealing bridal manner so far as possible.
"You’ve had a lot of experience with housekeeping, aunty, and don’t you think," Kennicott appealed, "that it would be sensible to have a nice square house, and pay more attention to getting a crackajack furnace than to all this architecture and doodads?"
He appeals to something in here.
He was appealing, "Do you suppose it would be possible to get up another dramatic club this coming fall?"
Kennicott sounded appealing.
She sought to clear them by appealing to Calibree, in a manner of exaggerated liveliness, "Doctor, have the medical societies in Minnesota ever advocated legislation for help to nursing mothers?"
…when the light faltered in as through ground glass and bleakly identified the chairs as gray rectangles, she heard his step on the porch; heard him at the furnace: the rattle of shaking the grate, the slow grinding removal of ashes, the shovel thrust into the coal-bin, the abrupt clatter of the coal as it flew into the fire-box, the fussy regulation of drafts—the daily sounds of a Gopher Prairie life, now first appealing to her as something brave and enduring, many-colored and free.
She piped, after Carol’s appeal: "I see.
He exhibited as many titles and authors as possible, halting only to appeal, "Have you read his last book?
"It’s not appealing weakness like his, but sane strength that win animate the Gopher Prairies.
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The doctor asserted, "Sure, religion is a fine influence—got to have it to keep the lower classes in order—fact, it’s the only thing that appeals to a lot of those fellows and makes ’cause respect the rights of property.