If only his marvellous linguistic resourcefulness had not been quite so brilliantly effortless, and if only his way with consistency had not been so insultingly
debonair; if only, perhaps, the language of De Profundis had not come too late.
Ironically, if not insultingly
and certainly hypocritically, although Dr.
She was most insultingly
suspicious when I insisted that the smoke was caused by a piece of paper which had caught fire, but she was unable to discover any incriminating evidence upon examining my quarters, and was therefore compelled to depart prisonerless.
When Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders--answering a question after a talk at the National Press Club--suggested that the question of legalization might be studied, as a way to reduce the present level of urban mayhem, she was quickly and insultingly
rebuked by the White House.
Destination Freedom, a stirring and innovative radio program of the late 1940s that dramatized the lives of successful and historically significant Black men and women, stood as a beacon of enlightenment in an era when insultingly
distorted depictions of Blacks--not to mention discrimination -- were rampant.
trivial "Brexit means Brexit" mantra has been used as a substitute for constructive thought, and the lady whose gurus devised it has deservedly got her comeuppance.
He's been tasked with providing security for her due to some kidnappers' threats, but she keeps insultingly
eluding his protection and disobeying him with scornful impunity, so he finally quits-and viewers cheer his perfectly understandable decision.
6bn by 2025, according to the Nuffield Trust, despite money being periodically "found" for insultingly
paltry "investments" in the continuous day-to-day running of this vital service.
Drivers who have killed while taking illegal risks have too often been labelled 'careless' in the eyes of the law, and given insultingly
low sentences, when their actions can only be described as dangerous and destructive.
There's also an, albeit insultingly
basic, description of his appearance, and of the partner, Haydn, who I know right away is the p*** I saw at Ealing Broadway that night when it was probably my own intrusive behaviour that flushed them into such a sketchy looking tete-atete.
And now we have the revelation of huge delays in dealing with compensation claims which the Government insultingly
describes as reflecting a compensation culture on the part of men and women who may risk their lives in the course of serving their country.