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  • He is an agreeable-looking youngish man; Mrs. Edgeworth, his third wife, is looking over his shoulder; she has marked features, beautiful eyes, she holds a child upon her knee, and one can see the likeness in her to her step-daughter Honora, who stands just behind her and leans against the chair.

    Castle Rackrent

  • There was, oddly enough, no other fruit for sale there; but there was a very agreeable-looking booth at the end of the platform placarded with signs of Puerto Rico coffee, cognac, and other drinks; and outside of it there were wash-basins and clean towels.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • The Balonda in this quarter are much more agreeable-looking than any of the inhabitants nearer the coast.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • Lady Eleanor and Lady Constance More were like each other, being both agreeable-looking, simple, and yet elegant.

    A Child of the Glens or, Elsie's Fortune

  • A Mr. Pattison, a very agreeable-looking man, who seems an authority on farming, and a Mr. and Mr.. Plumb (son of our Niagara friend), who was once at T--- P---, but I had entirely forgotten him.

    The British Association's Visit to Montreal, 1884 : letters

  • Javanese village whose inhabitants, however, were more agreeable-looking people.

    By Water to the Columbian Exposition

  • A little creature, slender but not rounded of figure, she is described as more agreeable-looking than actually pretty.

    She Stands Accused

  • His cook was a smiling, healthy, agreeable-looking young fellow whose face was always cheerful.

    The Haunted Bookshop

  • It was first broken by Mrs. Annesley, a genteel, agreeable-looking woman, whose endeavour to introduce some kind of discourse proved her to be more truly well-bred than either of the others; and between her and Mrs. Gardiner, with occasional help from Elizabeth, the conversation was carried on.

    Chapter XLV

  • His fervour surprised Mr. Ferdinand, who began to wonder whether, by any chance, his master knew of the Lord Chancellor's agreeable-looking second-cook.

    The Prophet of Berkeley Square


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