I have got a little puzzled again with the following passage.
Does ‘he could squeeze one in edgewise’ mean ‘he could insert one in between’?
Could the whole underlined part be rearranged to: The flavor of disobedience was titillating, and the next time when he could squeeze one in edgewisethe Nately moaned deliberately again?
- Does it mean ‘his statement had been approved’?
Could you please help me out again? Thank you!
1-- Yes, this is the famous Moaning Scene. ‘…the next time he could insert a moan between two other moans’.
2-- The flavor of disobedience was titillating, and the next time that he could squeeze one in edgewise, Nately moaned deliberately again.
3-- No; ‘his mention of General Dreedle had been noticed by General Dreedle’.
Thank you, Mr Micawber, and I am sure they are all very clear to me now!