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The captain of the brig lowered his rigid arm slowly, and looked at our faces in a solemnly conscious silence, which called upon us to share in his simple-minded, marvelling awe.
But Vera, simple-minded little girl that she was (just like a boy, in fact), here became dreadfully confused, of a sudden, and ran hastily out of the room, laughing and blushing.
Garth is an independent fellow: an original, simple-minded fellow.
Its simple-minded and gigantic hero John Ridd is certainly one of the permanent figures of English fiction.
Coquenard, who knew that a simple-minded procurator was a very rare variety in the species, smiled a little, and colored a great deal.
All these counsels were lost upon his easy and simple-minded hearers.