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There was no escaping the curse of the name his mother had wickedly laid upon him.
White Fang was in a rage, wickedly making his attack on the most vulnerable spot.
He did not return the blow, or complain to the doctor; he only looked at me wickedly, and said: "I'll be even with you for that, some of these days.
But Sally only sighed in her sleep, and muttered, wickedly, 'Ma, take me home.
Thereat the Angel of Compassion did most shamelessly and wickedly laugh.
     Ere, losing my temper, I wickedly slew
Give up your ear-rings," and Charlie laughed wickedly, sure that she would never hold to that bargain.
The poison was alleged to have been wickedly and feloniously given by the prisoner to his wife Sara, on two occasions, in the form of arsenic, administered in tea, medicine, "or other article or articles of food or drink, to the prosecutor unknown.
In a few minutes, and while all the party stood looking on, the King regained the use of his eyes, and the first thing he did was to glare wickedly upon the Scarecrow and exclaim:
Yellow-green eyes blazed wickedly at us from out the surrounding darkness.
Suppose you believed that she was wickedly bent on deceiving others for a purpose of her own--would you not shrink from such a woman in horror and disgust?
We were in the Methodist church last Sunday evening," said Anne wickedly.