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frightened-looking

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  • I blinked a couple times, then glanced sideways, where I spotted a very surprised—almost frightened-looking—Chloe, perched in an uncomfortable-looking plastic seat.

    Forever Lost

  • A very thin, somewhat frightened-looking young man stood behind the door, eyeing Gideon through a pair of thick glasses.

    Gideon’s war

  • A frightened-looking couple with three children were wheeling their suitcases into the lobby.

    Day of Honey

  • In the videos in question, an energetic Blanket is seen showing off his Jedi lightsaber skills with cousin Donte while a frightened-looking Paris is snapped in a second video saying, “Monkey, please help?”

    Blanket Could Become “The Next Michael Jackson”

  • The giant was holding a broomstick with a frightened-looking princess attached to it.

    Half Upon a Time

  • A copy of the frightened-looking airplane caricature was included in the 184 page file.

    Boing Boing

  • Half-seen creatures peered out from their sun-dappled hiding places with wide, frightened-looking eyes.

    Addicts

  • By comparison, this year's photo of a frightened-looking toddler in corduroy reindeer overalls and a half-dead Santa is an improvement.

    Meredith Lopez: Happy Macysmas!

  • Youre certain, Cypher said to the frightened-looking technician who stood just a few feet away from him.

    The Overload Protocol

  • I read with a talented, soft-spoken, frightened-looking undergrad named Carrie Iverson (where is she now?).

    The Cockroach in the Corner : Rachel Zucker : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

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