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As the door was closed Rochefort cast a glance toward Mazarin, which was answered by one, equally furtive, from the minister.
Soothed, however, by caresses, he began after a time to gather confidence and wag his tail, and at length was brought to follow close at the heels of his captors, still, however, darting around furtive and suspicious glances, and evincing a disposition to scamper off upon the least alarm.
What furtive and anxious glances we cast into those dim-looking shadows
Todd, casting a furtive glance at the wound, thought it by no means so formidable an affair as he had anticipated.
She only gave one furtive glance at the handsome gentleman, and disappeared.
These people kept their own side of the road', moving at a quick, furtive jog-trot, and all other castes gave them ample room; for the Sansi is deep pollution.
Bartolomeo, meanwhile, cast furtive glances at his daughter, as if he feared a character whose violence was the work of his own hands.
A lean, ferret-like man, furtive and sly-looking, was waiting for us upon the platform.
He walked very slowly and circumspectly, and there was something indescribably guilty and furtive in his whole appearance.
Now that we had the clue to his action, each of us could cast back and remember some sinister act upon the part of the half-breed--his constant desire to know our plans, his arrest outside our tent when he was over-hearing them, the furtive looks of hatred which from time to time one or other of us had surprised.
They had gathered round George, who beckoned, she felt, over the rubbish, the sloppy thoughts, the furtive yearnings that were beginning to cumber her soul.
He was a young man with furtive eyes and a sullen look.