1 Connie would not take her bath this evening.
2 That evening, Clifford wanted to be nice to her.
3 It is no use our spending an evening with Clifford.
4 One evening, guests or no guests, she escaped after tea.
5 Birds were whistling in wild evening triumph in the wood.
6 The afternoon was turning to evening, yet she could not go away.
7 It was still their habit to spend the evening together, till ten o'clock.
8 There was a gorgeous talk on Sunday evening, when the conversation drifted again to love.
9 She could sleep at Mansfield, and bring me back here in the evening, and fetch me again in the morning.
10 Clifford was yellow at the gills with anger, and at evening the whites of his eyes were a little yellow too.
11 And Mrs Bolton was carefully dressing him in evening clothes, for there were important business guests in the house.
12 His sad-dog sort of extinguished self persisted all the evening, though through it Clifford felt the inner effrontery.
13 He stayed that time only the three days, and to Clifford was exactly the same as on the first evening; to Connie also.
14 The wood was silent, still and secret in the evening drizzle of rain, full of the mystery of eggs and half-open buds, half unsheathed flowers.
15 The serious ones dress up in evening clothes and go off to the Pally to show off before a lot of girls and dance these new Charlestons and what not.
16 I'm sure sometimes the bus'll be full of young fellows in evening suits, collier lads, off to the Pally: let alone those that have gone with their girls in motors or on motor-bikes.
17 As for Michaelis, he was perfect; exactly the same melancholic, attentive, aloof young fellow of the previous evening, millions of degrees remote from his hosts, but laconically playing up to them to the required amount, and never coming forth to them for a moment.
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