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  • Leatherman tools are durable, rarely rust, and have a certain tight-mouthed, implacable Yankee quality.

    Self-Reliance 2008

  • Leatherman tools are durable, rarely rust, and have a certain tight-mouthed, implacable Yankee quality.

    Self-Reliance 2008

  • Leatherman tools are durable, rarely rust, and have a certain tight-mouthed, implacable Yankee quality.

    Self-Reliance 2008

  • Just sat there tight-mouthed, looking out of the window.

    "Thia of the Drylands" by Harl Vincent, part 1

  • Its characters are tight-mouthed, tending to disregard speech in favor of a quick squint at the simmering horizon.

    May 2006

  • Its characters are tight-mouthed, tending to disregard speech in favor of a quick squint at the simmering horizon.

    Greasy Hairball Novels

  • Judging from the tight-mouthed, heedful way they shied from his side of the room, they had gone from thinking him lecherous to thinking him contagious.

    Heaven Lake

  • Judging from the tight-mouthed, heedful way they shied from his side of the room, they had gone from thinking him lecherous to thinking him contagious.

    Heaven Lake

  • Judging from the tight-mouthed, heedful way they shied from his side of the room, they had gone from thinking him lecherous to thinking him contagious.

    Heaven Lake

  • Judging from the tight-mouthed, heedful way they shied from his side of the room, they had gone from thinking him lecherous to thinking him contagious.

    Heaven Lake

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