1 She was smiling ironically as he came up.
2 Mrs. Manresa smiled benevolently, humouring the old lady's whimsy.
3 I don't believe" she said with her odd little smile, "that there ever were such people.
4 Mrs. Neale laughed; Mrs. Manresa laughed; Giles too smiled, and looked down at his shoes.
5 Well, if the thought gave her comfort, William and Isa smiled across her, let her think it.
6 Mrs. Manresa in the very centre smiled; but she felt as if her skin cracked when she smiled.
7 Cut off from their bodies, their eyes smiled, their bodiless eyes, at their eyes in the glass.
8 At that she smiled a ravishing girl's smile, as if the wind had warmed the wintry blue in her eyes to amber.
9 At that she smiled a ravishing girl's smile, as if the wind had warmed the wintry blue in her eyes to amber.
10 She slipped the letter from Scarborough between the pages to mark the end of the chapter, rose, smiled, and tiptoed silently out of the room.
11 She advanced, sidling, as if the floor were fluid under her shabby garden shoes, and, advancing, pursed her lips and smiled, sidelong, at her brother.
12 And thus--she was smiling benignly--the agony of the particular sheep, cow, or human being is necessary; and so--she was beaming seraphically at the gilt vane in the distance--we reach the conclusion that all is harmony, could we hear it.
13 So with blow after blow, with champagne and ogling, she staked out her claim to be a wild child of nature, blowing into this--she did give one secret smile--sheltered harbour; which did make her smile, after London; yet it did, too, challenge London.