1 I have never seen two men look more oddly at one another than Mr. Jaggers and Wemmick did after this apostrophe.
2 As he arrived at this apostrophe, he again rolled upon the door-step, and laughed louder than before.
3 It was evident that Javert must have been exasperated beyond measure before he would permit himself to apostrophize the sergeant as he had done, after the mayor's suggestion that Fantine should be set at liberty.
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4 As he strode over a gutter, he apostrophized a bearded portress who was worthy to meet Faust on the Brocken, and who had a broom in her hand.
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5 Aramis, not liking to soil his boots with this artificial mortar, apostrophized them rather sharply.