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“In general, I am forced to agree with your down-looking dog attitude.”
“The officer whom I did not know was a down-looking man, and kept his eyes upon the ground while I was speaking.”
“Much of the down-looking view was burned out by airglow around the torch.”
“He was a humble down-looking man, whose physiognomy promised nothing, but who soon acquired the confidence of the King, and the esteem of the army.”
“Whether this fell sheer or sloped steeply could not be seen, for the first thing which the down-looking eye encountered was a vast plain, rich, sun-bathed, rolling, three hundred feet below.”
“She shewed it now, poor child; how could she help it? she shewed it by her unusually tinged cheeks and by her persistent down-looking eyes.”
“I had a lamp, and at my forehead the lighted candle, and I went on quickly, seeing it useless now to choose my steps where there was no choice, through a passage incrusted, roof and sides, with a scabrous petrified lichen, the roof low for some ninety yards, covered with down-looking cones, like an inverted forest of children's toy-trees.”
“But when he came splashing back and set it on the rock beside her, it suddenly lost its importance, and as suddenly she became a prey to low-voiced, down-looking discomfort.”
“Not arm in arm, or hand in hand, or interchanging bright glances; but she in tears; he gloomy and down-looking.”
“A man called the Coadjutor -- a down-looking dog?”
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