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1  His kiss burned again upon her mouth.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  "I swear it," came in hoarse echo from her flat mouth.
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3  One would have said that there was a touch of cruelty in the mouth.
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4  A faint smile curving that sullen mouth was all the echo she could win.
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5  His mouth twitched, and his parched tongue seemed unable to articulate.
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6  And, yet, there was the picture before him, with the touch of cruelty in the mouth.
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7  There was still some gold in the thinning hair and some scarlet on the sensual mouth.
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8  "Good night," answered the young man, passing up the steps and wiping his parched mouth with a handkerchief.
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9  The hair would lose its brightness, the mouth would gape or droop, would be foolish or gross, as the mouths of old men are.
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10  The hair would lose its brightness, the mouth would gape or droop, would be foolish or gross, as the mouths of old men are.
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11  He could see no change, save that in the eyes there was a look of cunning and in the mouth the curved wrinkle of the hypocrite.
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12  If a wretched man has a vice, it shows itself in the lines of his mouth, the droop of his eyelids, the moulding of his hands even.
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13  Perhaps, some day, the cruel look would have passed away from the scarlet sensitive mouth, and he might show to the world Basil Hallward's masterpiece.
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14  "Dorian," she answered, lingering over his name with long-drawn music in her voice, as though it were sweeter than honey to the red petals of her mouth.
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15  The vicious cruelty that marred the fine lines of the mouth had, no doubt, appeared at the very moment that the girl had drunk the poison, whatever it was.
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16  The quivering ardent sunlight showed him the lines of cruelty round the mouth as clearly as if he had been looking into a mirror after he had done some dreadful thing.
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17  He would examine with minute care, and sometimes with a monstrous and terrible delight, the hideous lines that seared the wrinkling forehead or crawled around the heavy sensual mouth, wondering sometimes which were the more horrible, the signs of sin or the signs of age.
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