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She was silent, unsympathetic, and he watched her moodily, realizing how impossible it was for her to understand what he had been through.
But he was staring moodily at the elevator boy and did not seem to hear.
The shadow of the pendent queue, however, kept moodily apart, near the roof at the further end of the room, looking like a note of admiration.
I hope we can make a success of it," said Peter moodily.
He sat down on the grassy bank and stared moodily into the amber water beneath him.
One night, after a day's sport in which he had outdone Nimrod or Gillingwater, and slaughtered "another fine bear," and brought him home in triumph, the Baron Von Koeldwethout sat moodily at the head of his table, eyeing the smoky roof of the hall with a discontended aspect.
I knew a man once who came to my rooms one evening, and while smoking a cigar confessed to me moodily that he was trying to discover some graceful way of retiring out of existence.
I wish you could have got a little money out of him," Rawdon said to his wife moodily when the Baronet was gone.
He shook his head moodily, and then sat still with downcast eyes, looking at the piece of cheese on his plate for a whole minute.
Bumble sat in the workhouse parlour, with his eyes moodily fixed on the cheerless grate, whence, as it was summer time, no brighter gleam proceeded, than the reflection of certain sickly rays of the sun, which were sent back from its cold and shining surface.
He then buttons his linen very moodily, twice or thrice stopping to examine his arms and hands, as if to see what punishment he has received in the Fight.
The depressed Pickwickians turned moodily away, with the tall quadruped, for which they all felt the most unmitigated disgust, following slowly at their heels.
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