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  • He takes no notice. (8)
  • He takes out his watch. (9)
  • Sometimes dey takes both. (9)
  • It takes me quite unawares. (4)
  • He takes after you terribly. (8)
  • Perhaps she takes a sting . (10)
  • But see how Fate takes me down! (14)
  • He takes a turn towards the window. (9)
  • He takes another turn to the window. (9)
  • Zampa takes horse from the opening. (10)
  • And I suppose he takes all your money? (8)
  • I find he takes orders in a few weeks. (4)
  • He takes them up and hands them to her. (9)
  • Never, when he takes passion on board. (10)
  • I am not a man who takes things quietly. (8)
  • Evan takes a pleasure in speaking of you. (10)
  • He takes a step towards her, but she flies.] (8)
  • She always takes the right time for applying. (4)
  • The woman consenting to marriage takes but one. (10)
  • My hand takes the money, and it is not German money. (10)
  • One of the Family takes it upon himself to murder us! (10)
  • He takes more sudden decisions than any man I ever knew. (8)
  • Never mind, Hillcrist; takes more than that to upset me. (8)
  • Of all the tiresome people, he certainly takes the cake. (9)
  • I begin to see how it is Miss Middleton takes to you so. (10)
  • It takes generations to learn to live and let live, Jill. (8)
  • It is meant for sympathy, but she takes it for attraction. (8)
  • Fredi takes little Mab Mountney to her first Opera to-night. (10)
  • He takes out his handkerchief and mops the sweat from his face. (8)
  • Mortal seems the touch, but makes Immortal the hand that takes. (10)
  • He takes up his pail and cloths and moves out through the windows. (8)
  • Truth speaks, and takes the spots of the confessed, To veil them. (10)
  • But the spirit fed With substance of the flower takes all its bloom! (10)
  • He is a captain now, but he takes that rank very late, you will own. (10)
  • He takes the pipe out of his mouth and a quiver passes over his face. (8)
  • Look, he sees us; he kisses his hand to you; he takes you for my wife. (4)
  • You can make presents, and wear a pin or a ring, if it takes your eye. (10)
  • He lifts the portfolio from the table, and takes it into the inner room. (8)
  • All this was done in very little longer time than it takes to tell about it. (20)
  • He takes back the sheet of paper, clutches his brow, and crosses to the door. (8)
  • Then he takes it from the wall, and lays it face upwards on the window seat.] (8)
  • She takes up the letter she brought in and seems on the point of broaching it. (8)
  • The man who knows how many thousands of dollars the circus takes out of town. (21)
  • He not only takes bribes, but he does not even wait for them to be offered him. (16)
  • My father has recollected an engagement that takes our whole family away on Monday. (4)
  • My land gives and my land takes my money, and no drunken dog lives on the produce. (22)
  • The countess spies the locket, takes it to the duchess, is reprimanded, when behold! (10)
  • You have there a man in whom Gawd [He points upward] takes quite an amount of stock. (8)
  • The river takes longer and more stately curves, and flows with somewhat sleepy current. (20)
  • Of course the making of ornamental pots and vases is rather difficult and takes some skill. (17)
  • False ideals and sentimentality fade from his life, and his style takes on directness and vigor. (16)
  • Towards two in the morning they declare the thing takes place, and neither know nor inquire further. (2)
  • Of course, the nature and value of a man is shown by how he takes this sort of pain; and hark at me! (10)
  • Of course, the nature and value of a man is shown by how he takes this sort of pain; and hark at me! (22)
  • Miss Galbraith looks up at him inquiringly and then suddenly takes out her porte-monnaie, and fees him. (9)
  • Like a man walking in his sleep, he goes up to the ladder, takes the rope in his hand, and makes a noose. (8)
  • This pigment takes away the transparent qualities of the varnish and gives a definite color to the surface. (17)
  • It does not come to me in quite so direct a line as that; it takes a bend or two, but nothing of consequence. (4)
  • You are splashed getting in and getting out; and the wind takes your hair and your bonnet in every direction. (4)
  • If there be accident or delay, or any other unforeseen trouble, he is at the scene promptly and takes command. (21)
  • In the strange drama which was now to thrill the Western world, Pontiac takes the stage as the central figure. (19)
  • The downward course of a fall that takes many waters till it rushes irresistibly is not the course of any life. (10)
  • But I can hardly help laughing sometimes when I think how a single step from my hermitage takes me into Babylon. (14)
  • The action of the first two Acts takes place on Easter Tuesday; the action of the third on Easter Wednesday week. (8)
  • But it is the curse of prosperity that it takes work away from us, and shuts that door to hope and health of spirit. (9)
  • She has not looked at me, and does nothing but get by her father whenever she can, and takes his hand and holds it. (10)
  • She has not looked at me, and does nothing but get by her father whenever she can, and takes his hand and holds it. (22)
  • He takes a small china cup from of the mantel-piece; it breaks with the pressure of his hand, and falls into the fireplace. (8)
  • She passed across the opening of the by-street, still walking in the slack way of one who takes the pleasures of the streets. (8)
  • Balthasar, who knew a water-rat or two, gambolled in front, at the gait which marks an oldish dog who takes the same walk every day. (8)
  • Too often the counting-room takes no supervision of the editorial room beyond the immediate selling value of the paper the latter turns out. (16)
  • Then Earth her sweet unscented breathes, An orb of lustre quits the height; And like blue iris-flags, in wreaths The sky takes darkness, long ere quite. (10)

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