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“Misled, perhaps, by the ribbon at the buttonhole, and by an expression of reserve, almost of secretiveness, in the lines of the tight-shut mouth, one would rather have supposed one's self face to face with an eminent statesman or diplomatist.”
“Elizabeth pressed the lids to her tight-shut eyes.”
“Snowdrops with tight-shut buds were hanging very still under the bare currant bushes.”
“When I left Darrowby the streets of the little town were empty in the gathering dusk and the houses had that tight-shut, comfortable look which raised images of armchairs and pipes and firesides, and now as I saw the lights of the farms winking on the fellsides I could picture the stocksmen dozing contentedly with their feet up.”
“Gloha squeezed her expressive little eyes tight-shut closed.”
“I drove through the tight-shut, sleeping little town, then onto the narrow road winding between its walls till the trees dwindled and disappeared, leaving the wide, windswept fells, bare and unwelcoming.”
“Roger opened his tight-shut mouth to say in a doubtful growl: "He'll not be travelling alone.”
“The small, contorted face, all wailing mouth and tight-shut eyes screwed up with annoyance, was round and clear-skinned, though red now with exertion and anger.”
“His eyes were tight-shut against the deluge of the rain, he opened them only by burdened glimpses, peering through the downpour.”
“We sat with tight-shut teeth, -- only muttering now and then to each other, in a glum undertone, "Don't get nervous, -- don't throw a single shot away, -- take aim, -- remember it's for _home_!”
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