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  • And Mrs. Day, her heart full of her own unhappy boy, went forward with a weary step, and smilelessly held out a welcoming hand.

    Mrs. Day's Daughters

  • "Don't you think that Methodists go to heaven as well as Presbyterians?" asked Anne smilelessly.

    Anne's House of Dreams

  • "I'm as well as can be expected, thank you," said Anne smilelessly.

    Anne of Green Gables

  • The Butterfly Man's eyes followed him smilelessly; then they came back and dwelt for a moment upon the ruined nest and the fluttering mother-bird, still vexing the ear with her shrill lamentable futile protests.

    Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man

  • Mose took the chair opposite and looked at her smilelessly.

    The Eagle's Heart

  • Prochnow remained smilelessly severe; and Little O'Grady, after one or two more feeble efforts to save his "face," slunk away -- vastly impressed, as he never failed to be when he met the rare person that could put him down.

    Under the Skylights

  • Rosina squared herself smilelessly, and the electric deck-light which faced her seat showed up her sobriety in unmistakable colors.

    A Woman's Will

  • "I'll be back to see you in a moment," shouted the old driver smilelessly, as he shot by the lonely colonel, going, papers in hand to his office, and

    Warrior Gap A Story of the Sioux Outbreak of '68.

  • At seven o'clock my grandfather comes smilelessly downstairs.

    The Story of a Bad Boy

  • Fiskes 'place in Mercerton, "said Mrs. Marshall, noting smilelessly

    The Bent Twig


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