Prince Beelzebub himself took great interest in this sort of traffic, and sometimes condescended
to meddle with smaller matters.
He yelled to me from below, I screamed to him from above, he came up and sat down near me on a stone, never said a word, let me look at him for half an hour before he condescended
to ask me who I was.
At length removing carefully his meerschaum from the right to the left corner of his mouth, he condescended
Finally, setting his arms a-kimbo, he condescended
He had condescended
to mortgage as far as he had the power, but he would never condescend to sell.
After the first I have not condescended
to show such corroborative proofs as I possess.
That's John Burke, the traveler," he condescended
My dear Watson," said a voice, "you have not even condescended
to say good-morning.
The great specialist having condescended
to the priest's simplicity, condescended
Every one agreed with her, but no one condescended
to enquire what the Beauforts really meant to do.
Several before your ladyship condescended
to favour me with an answer.
From it the doctor was not slow in learning that the balloon was mistaken for nothing less than the moon in person, and that the amiable goddess in question had condescended
to approach the town with her three sons--an honor that would never be forgotten in this land so greatly loved by the god of day.
It was the portrait of the king, whom they were expecting, dressed in the court suit which Percerin had condescended
to show beforehand to the bishop of Vannes.