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  • "A quarrel with another child ... or even with you?" the grave-eyed WPC pressed her.

    Lesson to Learn

  • "A quarrel with another child ... or even with you?" the grave-eyed WPC pressed her.

    Lesson To Learn

  • "A quarrel with another child ... or even with you?" the grave-eyed WPC pressed her.

    Lesson to Learn

  • Many of the grave-eyed people that came and went were doubtless about this business, but one, I know, was there on a private errand.

    A Voyage of Consolation (being in the nature of a sequel to the experiences of 'An American girl in London')

  • She was grave-eyed and haggard, but she was alive.

    Montlivet

  • It was such a joy to be out-of-doors again; so wonderful to get close to the heart of nature once more; and she improved every moment of the week that followed in getting acquainted with every being, beast and bird on the place, from grave-eyed Mr. Wood who was at home only in the evenings, down to Twitter, the yellow-coated, golden-throated canary, which sang all day in his cage.

    Heart of Gold

  • So they comforted each other, and when the grave-eyed minister left her

    Heart of Gold

  • And quite suddenly Gillian, who had faced Death and fought him with a dogged courage and determination that had won the grave-eyed doctor's rare approval, broke down and burst into tears.

    The Lamp of Fate

  • The full knowledge of what this woman was to him seemed to descend upon John Kendal then, and he stood silent under it, pale and grave-eyed, baring his heart to the rush of the first serious emotion life had brought him, filled with a single conscious desire -- that she should show him that sweetness in her eyes again.

    A Daughter of To-Day

  • The doctor was injecting morphine, and a sister of mercy, grave-eyed under her spotless white coif like a Madonna of Francia, spoke soft words of comfort to soothe the agony of the blinded girl.

    Swirling Waters

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