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  • Drawing aside the curtain, one of us looked out. (8)
  • Drawing five shillings from his pocket, he held them over to Sedgett, and told him to drive down to his chambers, and await his coming. (10)
  • Drawing his hand away, he stared at it, and wiped it with his sleeve. (8)
  • Drawing it in with difficulty he concentrated his attention upon that purification of his spirit which was the object of his journey. (8)
  • Drawing near the hospitable house, his official and a cordial emotion united, as we see sorrowful crape-wreathed countenances. (10)
  • A window had been opened somewhere, and the cold breath of the night was drawing through the heated rooms. (9)
  • Alma held up the drawing. (9)
  • And Gyp stood motionless, drawing her breath in gasps after her long run; her knees trembled; gave way. (8)
  • And this partly because he was, in his greater plays at all events, free from the habit of drawing a distorted moral. (8)
  • Anne found Captain Benwick again drawing near her. (4)
  • As you perceive, he was drawing swiftly to the vortex of the fools, and round and round he went, lucky to float. (10)
  • Bella was in the hall, drawing aside the big curtains, and opening the front door. (8)
  • Breckon says they are always drawing their ships that way up on the sand. (9)
  • Bushwick sat down before the fire and rubbed his shins with his two hands unrestfully, drawing in a long breath between his teeth. (9)
  • But drawing near, he wondered if they would like him, a stranger, to come into their splashing group; he felt shy, approaching that slim nymph. (8)
  • But drawing near, I doffed my cap to him with a far-away superstitious reverence. (2)
  • But as she wanted to be drawing, the declaration must wait a little longer. (4)
  • But he did not buy a drawing. (8)
  • But the thought was not guilty of drawing comparisons. (10)
  • Cold and white it looked, but there were lights in her room and in the nursery, and someone just drawing the curtains. (8)
  • Cynthia sat across it from him with her head drooped over it, drawing vague figures on the board with her finger. (9)
  • Even young Nicholas was drawing in his horns, and had made no addition to his six for quite three years. (8)
  • He closed his easel, and set his drawing against the tree. (8)
  • He fell on his knees and clasped her skirts all round, drawing his arms down them several times. (10)
  • He paid it, ostentatiously drawing out one of his fifties. (10)
  • His eyes filled with tears, and drawing a penknife from his pocket, he began to stab it into the stuffing of his chair. (8)
  • I could not help drawing him out. (10)
  • I never saw a handsomer, more uninviting room than that drawing room. (9)
  • Imagine, then, the strange magnetism drawing her there! (10)
  • In the mean time it was drawing near the hour of dinner, but no dinner appeared. (9)
  • It was still sleeping, drawing its tiny breaths peacefully, little dog-shivers passing every now and then over its face. (8)
  • Lavender sat down at his bureau, and drawing a sheet of paper to him, wrote at the top of it. (8)
  • March called to her, drawing the shawl out of the chair next her own. (9)
  • Moreover, the month of September was drawing nigh; he had plenty to think of. (10)
  • My adventures are now drawing to a close my dearest Marianne; at least for the present. (4)
  • Nevertheless, his position compelled the Nuremberg dignitaries to invite him to share their meal, which was now drawing to a close. (5)
  • One of them went in town every day, and studied drawing at an art-school, and she wanted Clementina to do that, too. (9)
  • Pagnell could be counted on for drawing in her tongue when the domestics were near. (10)
  • Pendyce could find no word to characterise his opinion of this offence, and drawing his breath between his teeth, passed into his dressing-room. (8)
  • She could hear him drawing long, sobbing breaths, and, in the midst of her lassitude and hopelessness, a sort of pity stirred her. (8)
  • She could scarcely eat any dinner, and when they afterwards returned to the drawing room, seemed anxiously listening to the sound of every carriage. (4)
  • She determined not to go to bed, and drawing a long chair to the window, wrapped herself in a gown, and lay back. (8)
  • She stood, drawing him with silence and beauty. (8)
  • She was standing by the bed, drawing her hand over and over the white surface of the pillow. (8)
  • Shelton passed ladies in ones and twos and threes going out shopping, or to classes of drawing, cooking, ambulance. (8)
  • Sir Thomas, drawing back from intimacies in general, was particularly disinclined, at this time, for any engagements but in one quarter. (4)
  • Slowly, surely, as a magnet draws, Anna could feel that she was drawing him, could see him stealing chances to look at her. (8)
  • Some understanding of how the other woman had been won to the leap with him, was drawing in about her. (10)
  • That was his motive for drawing back, I can assure you. (4)
  • The affair which has given us so much anxiety is drawing to a happy conclusion. (4)
  • The apparition became momentarily more distinct, and grew, visibly; it was drawing near. (1)
  • The ladies drawing up to attend to the communication, had a most trivial matter imparted to them, and away he went. (10)
  • The large architectural drawing had screened this little comedy from curious eyes. (5)
  • The water-colour drawing interested him. (10)
  • There she would stand, drawing up her veil. (8)
  • They have not seen two such drawing rooms before. (4)
  • They shrank, each of them, the more from an end drawing closely into view. (10)
  • They were dancing Number Three; his time of waiting, then, was drawing to a close. (8)
  • They were mutually haunted by sound of the gloomy query at the nostrils of each when drawing the vital breath. (10)
  • When he had rung the bell and ordered tea, he went to his easel to turn his drawing to the wall. (8)
  • When he reached the office of Forsyte, Bustard and Forsyte, he found Soames, sitting in his revolving, chair, drawing up a defence. (8)
  • You know nothing of drawing. (4)

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