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“He forced a broader smile, half-pleading, half-cunning.”
“As the director's tone gradually changed from browbeating anger to half-anger, half-pleading and cajolery, Shar-monov's head turned.”
“Instead she had rested both elbows on the table and was looking at her companion with the half-pleading, half-commanding expression that both Mollie and Betty knew so well.”
“But how to tell her as she looked up into my face with the half-pleading, half-imperious smile that I knew so well?”
“She looked into the girls 'faces with a half-questioning, half-pleading expression as if fearful that this confession of her possession of a title would raise a barrier between them.”
“I'll explain it to you later, dear!" she said, half-annoyed and half-pleading.”
“You can forgive me what is past, I hope, since I failed of my purpose," he said gently, half-pleading.”
“Mr. West!" she said again, her voice half-imperious, half-pleading.”
“Now she stood before him, her head turned half away, a faint flush still tingeing the chalk-white of her skin, watching him with a dim, half-pleading smile in expectation of his reply.”
“Anne's lap with a half-pleading, half-triumphant "miaow.”
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