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Without deigning to look at me at all, she languidly lifted the coin and bit it
I think," she continued, rising languidly from her chair, "I had better go indoors again now and rest on the sofa till he comes back.
Under the strain of this continually impending doom and by the sleeplessness to which I now condemned myself, ay, even beyond what I had thought possible to man, I became, in my own person, a creature eaten up and emptied by fever, languidly weak both in body and mind, and solely occupied by one thought: the horror of my other self.
Naseby appeared, with stooping shoulders and a heavy, bilious countenance, languidly rising to the trot.
He came languidly, placing himself in a good situation to see all the details.
Ah me," sighed Primrose, throwing herself languidly back, "how warm the sun grows
My mistress listened languidly, and yet not altogether without interest.
Molly," she said, rather languidly, "just run out and get me a bunch of dock-leaves: the butter's ready to pack up now.
Norris, who was cross because the housekeeper would have her own way with the supper, and whom she could not avoid though the housekeeper might, Fanny was worn down at last to think everything an evil belonging to the ball, and when sent off with a parting worry to dress, moved as languidly towards her own room, and felt as incapable of happiness as if she had been allowed no share in it.
Long before this convoy reached the town another carriage containing four gentlemen (of whom one was leaning back languidly with his arm in a sling) whisked past and vanished ahead in a cloud of white, Provencal dust.
Ecco la," said the young girl with the black eyes, languidly.
Horne Fisher languidly turned to his distinguished relative and spoke for the first time.