1 "And never will, Pip," he retorted, with a frowning smile.
2 I laid it there, and he smiled again, and put both his hands upon it.
3 "That's true," said Estella, with a cold careless smile that always chilled me.
4 His mouth was such a post-office of a mouth that he had a mechanical appearance of smiling.
5 He said with a tearful smile that it was a singular thing to think of now, and I said so too.
6 He relinquished them with an agreeable smile, and combated with the door as if it were a wild beast.
7 He smiled, and I understood his touch to mean that he wished to lift my hand, and lay it on his breast.
8 She looked at me, and looked at Sarah, and Sarah's countenance wrung out of her watchful face a cruel smile.
9 Saving for the one weird smile at first, I should have felt almost sure that Miss Havisham's face could not smile.
10 She uttered the word with an eager look, and with strong emphasis, and with a weird smile that had a kind of boast in it.
11 The doorway soon absorbed her boxes, and she gave me her hand and a smile, and said good night, and was absorbed likewise.
12 Estella smiled with perfect composure, and said she had no doubt of my having been quite right, and of her having been very disagreeable.
13 Look here," said Herbert, showing me the basket, with a compassionate and tender smile, after we had talked a little; "here's poor Clara's supper, served out every night.
14 Always holding tight by the leg of the table with my hands and feet, I saw the miserable creature finger his glass playfully, take it up, smile, throw his head back, and drink the brandy off.
15 At first, a misgiving crossed me that Wemmick would be instantly dismissed from his employment; but it melted as I saw Mr. Jaggers relax into something like a smile, and Wemmick become bolder.
16 A smile crossed his face then, and he turned his eyes on me with a trustful look, as if he were confident that I had seen some small redeeming touch in him, even so long ago as when I was a little child.
17 The other, with an effort at a scornful smile, which could not, however, collect the nervous working of his mouth into any set expression, looked at the soldiers, and looked about at the marshes and at the sky, but certainly did not look at the speaker.
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