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The Russian had already drawn a pocketknife from his trousers, and was weakly attempting to open it.
You will have to come to me, monsieur," he called weakly.
The cut of her teeth in his neck still hurt, but his feelings were hurt more grievously, and he sat down and weakly whimpered.
He laughed weakly at the recollection, for she had been as innocent of garb as Eve before the fig-leaf adventure.
She did not like the feeling of match-making Miss Cornelia's whispers gave her; and then she weakly succumbed herself.
And why, when we are seeking for justice, a thing more precious than many pieces of gold, do you say that we are weakly yielding to one another and not doing our utmost to get at the truth?
All these works, however, I am well convinced, will be dead long before this page shall offer itself to thy perusal; for however short the period may be of my own performances, they will most probably outlive their own infirm author, and the weakly productions of his abusive contemporaries.
She loosed the knob and swayed weakly, groping with one hand.
The man who had spoken to him was clearly a Cockney, with the clean lines and weakly pretty, almost effeminate, face of the man who has absorbed the sound of Bow Bells with his mother's milk.
Thou hast nourished us with strong food for men, and powerful proverbs: do not let the weakly, womanly spirits attack us anew at dessert!
said Anna, and she cried as weakly and childishly as he.
Gradgrind meekly and weakly hoped that his mother -