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I went out of the tavern straight home, confused and troubled, and the next night I went out again with the same lewd intentions, still more furtively, abjectly and miserably than before, as it were, with tears in my eyes--but still I did go out again.
Tess, her cheeks on fire, moved away furtively, as if hardly moving at all.
Krook therefore drives her out before him, and she goes furtively downstairs, winding her lithe tail and licking her lips.
I glanced furtively at my hand, and somehow it did seem rather a comely member.
It is certain that he had frequently been seen to pass along the Rue des Lombards, and furtively enter a little house which formed the corner of the Rue des Ecrivans and the Rue Marivault.
They were excited still by the strange novelty, and Philip saw one or two of them furtively looking down at his feet.
Some who stood a little way off smiled furtively, and talked in whispers.
Moliere took his leave of Porthos with much ceremony, and grasped the hand which the captain of the musketeers furtively offered him.
Dron was disconcerted, glanced furtively at Alpatych and again lowered his eyes.
Meanwhile tiny Miss Noble carried on her arm a small basket, into which she diverted a bit of sugar, which she had first dropped in her saucer as if by mistake; looking round furtively afterwards, and reverting to her teacup with a small innocent noise as of a tiny timid quadruped.
It is a very noticeable thing that, in fairy families, the youngest is always chief person, and usually becomes a prince or princess; and children remember this, and think it must be so among humans also, and that is why they are often made uneasy when they come upon their mother furtively putting new frills on the basinette.
But let a tiger gaze fixedly at you from ambush, and unless your primitive instincts are completely cal-loused you will presently commence to glance furtively about and be filled with vague, unreasoning terror.