First, with an access of caution, he craftily
ceased from his charge, and, crouching, with lashing tail, studied the man who seemed so easily his.
She knew how I was exulting in having her there, so would not say a word to damp me, but I craftily
drew it out of her.
After some discussion, in which all three took an active part, it was decided that Nancy should repair to the Jew's next evening when the night had set in, and bring Oliver away with her; Fagin craftily
observing, that, if he evinced any disinclination to the task, he would be more willing to accompany the girl who had so recently interfered in his behalf, than anybody else.
HIM!' said Riderhood, who had craftily
worked the schoolmaster into this corner, that he might again take note of his face under its evil possession.
Nor could she otherwise account for the Judge's quiescent mood than by supposing him craftily
on the watch, while Clifford developed these symptoms of a distracted mind.
Every fine straight line in the clear whiteness of his face, was cruelly, craftily
, and closely compressed, while he stood looking quietly at his nephew, with his snuff-box in his hand.
"Would you send me to school?" he inquired craftily
With both hands he took up the white fat and was angry at heart, and wrath came to his spirit when he saw the white ox-bones craftily
tricked out: and because of this the tribes of men upon earth burn white bones to the deathless gods upon fragrant altars.
Clarifying a misconception, the noted jurist pointed out that India had not abrogated Article 370 in entirety, but it had craftily
omitted or amended its provisions to 'accomplish the merger of the disputed state into the Indian union'.
Mary Louise becomes the women's nightmare as she craftily
tries to break them individually so they may confess the truth.
SCOOP: Some summer transfer news - Labour mull PS19.4bn move to nationalise telecoms giant BT, multiple sources have told @YahooFinanceUK @BenGartside Labour craftily
assuming people don't know that when BT was nationalised, you had to wait six months to get a phone and it was known as "the most hated institution in the land".
They have obviously craftily
jimmied their way in through a tiny crack, burglar-stylee, but when you open the whole huge expanse of the patio doors, they don't leave, they just fly up the stairs to the bedroom.