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Jack turned, at this, to examine the Scarecrow critically, and his old friend slyly winked one painted eye at him.
For,' said she, smiling slyly at her own fair image in the glass, 'he has been a most exemplary attendant at church these last few Sundays: you would think he was quite a good Christian.
When he had gone she let her eyes wander slyly to the figure of a tall young man stretched lazily in a chair not far distant.
I suppose I may take it for granted," he said slyly, "that this gentleman really has your interests at heart?
And do you know," he proceeded, with his eyes directed slyly on the way back to the station, "I begin to think I'm not worthy of the fresh air, either.
I can imagine nothing more unpleasant than to own a Conscience," and he winked slyly at his friend the Lion.
It would take a policeman to do that, Trix, or a little man in a tall hat," said Fanny, slyly, which caused a general laugh, and made Beatrice toss her head coquettishly.
Uncle Alec slyly laid a bit of it on Aunt Peace's cap, and then softly kissed her; which little joke seemed to please her very much, for she liked to have part in all the home pastimes, and Alec was her favourite nephew.
After a very brief silence, the merry-faced gentleman sent round the punch, and glancing slyly at the fastidious lady, who seemed desperately apprehensive that he was going to relate something improper, began
the Unicorn said, looking slyly up at the crown, which the poor King was nearly shaking off his head, he trembled so much.
I can understand being carried away by feeling," she went on after a brief silence, "but deliberately, slyly deceiving me.
Well,' said the Jew, glancing slyly at Oliver, and addressing himself to the Dodger, 'I hope you've been at work this morning, my dears?