1 At length they reached the drawing-room, where Sobakevitch pointed to an armchair, and invited his guest to be seated.
2 Upon this the good lady expressed her readiness to send for feather beds and cushions, but her husband expressed a preference for slumbering in an armchair, and she therefore departed.
3 Lastly, the money concealed, Plushkin re-seated himself in the armchair, and seemed at a loss for further material for conversation.
4 After his divorce from the sturgeon, Sobakevitch ate and drank no more, but sat frowning and blinking in an armchair.
5 Meanwhile he begged his guest to consider himself at home, and, after seating him in an armchair, made preparations to listen to the newcomer's discourse on natural history.
6 His brother was sitting long after midnight in his study, in a wide armchair before the fireplace, on which there smouldered some faintly glowing embers.
7 A cigar's all very well,' put in Sitnikov, who by now was lolling in an armchair, his legs in the air; 'but give us some lunch.
8 You look at me incredulously; you think that's said by an "aristocrat," who is all in lace, and sitting in a velvet armchair.
9 Putting her into a comfortable armchair, he once more hurriedly embraced his father and introduced Arkady to him.
10 Vassily Ivanovitch tried to address him with various questions, but they fatigued Bazarov, and the old man sank into his armchair, motionless, only cracking his finger-joints now and then.
11 The old man rose from his knees, sat down in the armchair, and, clutching his beard, began biting his own fingers.
12 Anna Sergyevna swiftly crossed the room, and sat down in the armchair near the sofa on which Bazarov was lying.
13 The little princess lay in the armchair, Mademoiselle Bourienne chafing her temples.
14 Prince Bolkonski sat down in his usual place in the corner of the sofa and, drawing up an armchair for Prince Vasili, pointed to it and began questioning him about political affairs and news.
15 She sat in an armchair in her dressing jacket and nightcap and Katie, sleepy and disheveled, beat and turned the heavy feather bed for the third time, muttering to herself.