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“Leatherman tools are durable, rarely rust, and have a certain tight-mouthed, implacable Yankee quality.”
“Just sat there tight-mouthed, looking out of the window.”
“Its characters are tight-mouthed, tending to disregard speech in favor of a quick squint at the simmering horizon.”
“Judging from the tight-mouthed, heedful way they shied from his side of the room, they had gone from thinking him lecherous to thinking him contagious.”
“Never could just stand by tight-mouthed, overhearing the womenfolk speculate on "Abram's rough-'n'-tumble girl" -- them looking clear down their noses at me just 'cause I wasn't indoors baking pies or doing needlework.”
“I could hardly believe it was the tight-mouthed man I had met that morning.”
“Asmodean began, and stopped when Mat looked at him, a tight-mouthed blend of pain and readiness to hit something.”
“First, though, I must be presented to Hardinge, who was with him at dinner, a plain-faced, tight-mouthed sobersides with the empty cuff of his missing left hand tucked into his coat.”
“By courtesy of Holbein the bloated Henry VIII of middle age is familiar to us all, tight-mouthed and pig-eyed, so obese that it needed machinery to haul him upstairs.”
“Ye know how Cross is -- as tight-mouthed as a clam with the lockjaw.”
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