furtive glance love


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  • She cast a furtive glance towards Basil, whose head was now bent very close to Hetty's simpering face.

    The English Witch

  • A furtive glance over his shoulder confirmed his suspicions-his troops had bunched themselves so closely together that they didn't have room to fight.

    Father Swarat

  • He intercepted a furtive glance from Jaquette in Janvier’s direction.

    Maigret in Society

  • And that's the way it went for the next fifteen minutes -- a furtive glance from Benjamin, a nonjudgmental return look from Farber, then back to their lunches.



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