But she was already reading the brief article aloud, slowly but with appreciatory expression. From Wordnik.com. ['Smiles' A Rose of the Cumberlands] Reference
“Well, well, well!” said Ann in a low descending scale, and with an appreciatory nod to each word. From Wordnik.com. [Sister Ann] Reference
Diana watched the rapidly moving, compact square eagerly with appreciatory eyes -- it was a beautiful sight. From Wordnik.com. [The Sheik] Reference
He deprecated any remarks appreciatory of his wonderful services. From Wordnik.com. [T. De Witt Talmage As I Knew Him] Reference
Mr. Macey, not doubting that he had been listened to, paused, in the expectation of some appreciatory reply, but. From Wordnik.com. [Silas Marner] Reference
Mr. Macey, not doubting that he had been listened to, paused, in the expectation of some appreciatory reply, but Marner remained silent. From Wordnik.com. [Silas Marner (1885)] Reference
So Grady writes sentences like the following: â€œWe, like Shakespeare, need to supplement Althusser and Machiavelli with more Montaignean theories, more appreciatory of the resistance of the subject to interpellation and cognizant of the instability of identity and the openness of subjectivity to new investments, identities and relations of powerâ€. From Wordnik.com. [The Valve] Reference
It is high time that we lost a little of the superabundant pride in ourselves, and commenced to seriously study the history, the civilization and the conditions of that great eastern world, and find out whether or not there is something there which we do not yet understand, but which, if we knew it as we ought to know it, would dispel our prejudices and incline us more to fair and reasonable views, and make us more appreciatory of the mighty East with all its powers and possibilities. From Wordnik.com. [Glimpses of the East] Reference
It was evident from the dark look suffusing the latter’s visage that he did not share the frontiersman’s appreciatory view of my achievement. From Wordnik.com. [Nevermore] Reference
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