1 His hand was steady, but the attitude was an excuse for not making an immediate reply.
2 Having satisfied himself that there was no risk of immediate discovery he went back to the kitchen with a lighter step, and found Mattie disconsolately removing the last scraps of pickle from the floor.
3 He had foreseen an immediate demand for money, but not a permanent drain on his scant resources.
4 Having maneuvered them away from the boring subject of war, she went back with interest to their immediate situation.
5 But even Suellen's words could not dim her happiness that Tara was safe, at least from immediate danger.
6 Even the immediate one of letting Trenor, as they drove homeward, lean a little nearer and rest his hand reassuringly on hers, cost her only a momentary shiver of reluctance.
7 She made no immediate motion to do so, however, but dropping into a chair looked wearily about her.
8 She had no immediate intention of repeating to Lily what she had heard, or even of trying to ascertain its truth by means of discreet interrogation.
9 The sharp release from her fears restored Lily to immediate lucidity.
10 She had meant to drive down to the quay and regain the yacht; but she now had the immediate impression that something more was to happen first.
11 No one referred to it, and this tacit avoidance of the subject kept it in the immediate foreground of consciousness.
12 The immediate result of these conclusions was the passionate resolve to pay back her debt to Trenor.
13 It was not in Bertha's habits to be neighbourly, much less to make advances to any one outside the immediate circle of her affinities.
14 Miss Bart's immediate answer was to address a critical glance to the reflection of the countenance under discussion.
15 She was in fact in urgent and immediate need of money: money to meet the vulgar weekly claims which could neither be deferred nor evaded.