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Cheyne addressed himself to her, and she gave consent wearily.
As evening fell a gray shade gathered round Bobby's mouth, and he turned his face to the tent-wall wearily.
Kutuzov still in the same place, his stout body resting heavily in the saddle with the lassitude of age, sat yawning wearily with closed eyes.
When he was gone, Rosamond left her chair and walked to the other end of the room, leaning when she got there against a chiffonniere, and looking out of the window wearily.
We must be pretty near the top, now," said the boy, as they climbed wearily up the dark, winding stairway.
Simply because dad has gone out of his senses," she replied wearily.
Me Charley," the man muttered apologetically and wearily.
Bashti sighed wearily, and wearily wrapped the heads in their grass- mat coverings--all but Van Horn's; and hoisted them up in the air to hang from the roof-beams--to hang as he debated, long after he was dead and out if it, even as some of them had so hung from long before his father's and his grandfather's time.
Don't want to dance," said Button-Bright, sitting down wearily upon the soft grass.
I slept the afternoon away under the trees, and when my father roused me at sundown it was a very sick little boy that got up and dragged wearily homeward.
Anne laid her head back wearily, and closed her eyes.
I understand," said Pinocchio at once wearily, "this is no place for me