1 Therefore for his sake you must eat and smile.
2 There was a mocking smile on the bloated face which seemed to drive me mad.
3 And, to our bitter grief, with a smile and in silence, he died, a gallant gentleman.
4 The strange driver evidently heard the words, for he looked up with a gleaming smile.
5 He opened it and read it gravely; then, with a charming smile, he handed it to me to read.
6 I smiled and nodded, and laid my finger on my lips; with a sigh, she sank back amid her pillows.
7 As she looked, her eyes blazed with unholy light, and the face became wreathed with a voluptuous smile.
8 There was a smile on her face, and it was evident that no bad dreams had come to disturb her peace of mind.
9 He that can smile at death, as we know him; who can flourish in the midst of diseases that kill off whole peoples.
10 Then the thin man smile and say that of course he must go when he think fit; but he will be surprise if he go quite so soon.
11 Lord Godalming smiled, and the man lifted a good-sized bunch of keys; selecting one of them, he began to probe the lock, as if feeling his way with it.
12 The last I saw of Count Dracula was his kissing his hand to me; with a red light of triumph in his eyes, and with a smile that Judas in hell might be proud of.
13 There was a cold-bloodedness in the act which wrung a groan from Arthur; when she advanced to him with outstretched arms and a wanton smile he fell back and hid his face in his hands.
14 As the Count saw us, a horrible sort of snarl passed over his face, showing the eye-teeth long and pointed; but the evil smile as quickly passed into a cold stare of lion-like disdain.
15 The Count, evidently noticing it, drew back; and with a grim sort of smile, which showed more than he had yet done his protuberant teeth, sat himself down again on his own side of the fireplace.
16 He had been able to retain his self-command whilst the poor lady was present, for he knew her state and how mischievous a shock would be; he actually smiled on her as he held open the door for her to pass into her room.
17 They were all of the thinnest foreign post, and looking at them, then at him, and noticing his quiet smile, with the sharp, canine teeth lying over the red underlip, I understood as well as if he had spoken that I should be careful what I wrote, for he would be able to read it.
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