am a courtier grave and serious Who is about to
kiss your hand: Try to combine a
pose imperious With a demeanour
courtier, grave, serious, Who, kiss, hand, Try, combine, pose
turned to Aunt Agatha, whose demeanour was now rather likethat of
one who, picking daisies on therailway, hasjustcaughtthe
down expressinthesmall oftheback.
turned, Aunt, Agatha, now, likethat, one, who, picking, daisies
He is a noble gentleman; withal Happy in his endeavours: the general voice Sounds him for courtesy, behaviour, language, And every fair demeanour, an example: Titles of honour add not to his worth; Who is himself an honour to his title.
noble, gentleman, withal, Happy, endeavours, voice, Sounds, him, courtesy
His circumspect demeanour procured him the surname of Silent, but under the cold exterior he concealed a busy, far-sighted intellect, and a generous, upright, daring heart.
procured, him, surname, Silent, under, cold, exterior, concealed, busy
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