1 Mr. Pontellier wore eye-glasses.
2 They realized this, and so did Mr. Pontellier.
3 Mrs. Pontellier talked a little about herself for the same reason.
4 Mr. Pontellier had forgotten the bonbons and peanuts for the boys.
5 It was eleven o'clock that night when Mr. Pontellier returned from Klein's hotel.
6 Beneath its pink-lined shelter were his wife, Mrs. Pontellier, and young Robert Lebrun.
7 When Mrs. Pontellier folded the letter it was time for her to dress for the early dinner.
8 Mr. Pontellier had the privilege of quitting their society when they ceased to be entertaining.
9 Mr. Pontellier finally lit a cigar and began to smoke, letting the paper drag idly from his hand.
10 But Robert admitted quite frankly that he preferred to stay where he was and talk to Mrs. Pontellier.
11 Mrs. Pontellier's eyes were quick and bright; they were a yellowish brown, about the color of her hair.
12 Mr. Pontellier returned to his wife with the information that Raoul had a high fever and needed looking after.
13 He had a cigar in his pocket which Mr. Pontellier had presented him with, and he was saving it for his after-dinner smoke.
14 Mrs. Pontellier talked about her father's Mississippi plantation and her girlhood home in the old Kentucky bluegrass country.
15 Mr. Pontellier, unable to read his newspaper with any degree of comfort, arose with an expression and an exclamation of disgust.
16 Mrs. Pontellier reached over for a palm-leaf fan that lay on the porch and began to fan herself, while Robert sent between his lips light puffs from his cigarette.
17 When Mrs. Pontellier left him to enter her room, the young man descended the steps and strolled over toward the croquet players, where, during the half-hour before dinner, he amused himself with the little Pontellier children, who were very fond of him.
Your search result possibly is over 17 sentences. If you upgrade to a VIP account, you will see up to 500 sentences for one search.