1 For, almost at once, she had felt the insidious charm of slipping back into a life where every material difficulty was smoothed away.
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2 They were designed for winter wear, when treacherous drafts came down chimneys and insidious currents of deadly cold found their way through key-holes.
3 Heyward withdrew to the rampart, too uneasy and too little accustomed to the warfare of the woods to remain at ease under the possibility of such insidious attacks.
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4 There was a pause for a few moments, and then the low insidious sound was repeated.
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5 This was bullying of an insidious sort.
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6 There was scrub and long grass all about us, and I did not feel safe from their insidious approach.
7 How insidious he could be, too, I was only to find out several months later and a thousand miles farther.
8 Henry Jekyll stood at times aghast before the acts of Edward Hyde; but the situation was apart from ordinary laws, and insidiously relaxed the grasp of conscience.
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9 Within was a paddock in an uncultivated state, though bearing evidence of having once been tilled; but the heath and fern had insidiously crept in, and were reasserting their old supremacy.
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10 She understood that Rosedale was ready to lend her money; and the longing to take advantage of his offer began to haunt her insidiously.
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