silver-handled love


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  • He looked down at a silver-handled room-service tray containing two small jars of marmalade and honey, the congealed remains of an egg-and-pepper omelet and a bowl of hash, a linen napkin, and a side plate of wheat toast.


  • Clearly, Neil realized, Clapham had seen him make use of the slender, silver-handled knife he always kept concealed in his right boot to dispatch the sentry who had, as he had thought at the time, done for Clapham.


  • The silver-handled pistol tucked into his waistcoat pocket was entirely hidden from view.

    Clockwork Angel

  • She curled her lip as she pulled a silver-handled brush through her long, red tresses.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • The brewed liquid is magically sucked beneath, leaving just the grounds at the top, which the barista rakes off with a silver-handled squeegee.

    The Magic Brewing Machine

  • He reached for the silver-handled doorknob, grasped it tightly, took a breath, and pulled the door open to seeā€¦

    Raven Rise

  • The bottle having failed, Mr. Esmond seized the large silver-handled knife and drove at his cousin.

    The Virginians

  • I had traded in my cane for a silver-handled walking stick.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Whereupon my companion, unlocking a closet, produced, on a silver salver, a loaf of bread, with a silver-handled knife, and wine in a silver flask, with cups of the same metal.


  • The engravings were designs for antique urns and sarcophagi, which Theodore was scrutinizing through an ornate silver-handled magnifying glass, making notes on a sheet of paper.

    The Thief Taker


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