1 They marched in good order, jaunty for all their rags, their torn red battle flags flying in the rain.
2 He was dirty and unshaven and without a cravat but somehow jaunty despite his dishabille, and his dark eyes were snapping joyfully at the sight of her.
3 She went to Vida with a jaunty, "I think I shall work for you."
4 They produced a photograph taken just before I went away to college: a tall youth in striped trousers and a straw hat, trying to look easy and jaunty.
5 But he moved very quickly, and there was an air of jaunty liveliness about him.
6 The brigade was jaunty and seemed to point a proud thumb at the yelling wood.
7 He and all of them were laughing; but, seeing me, Zverkov drew himself up a little, walked up to me deliberately with a slight, rather jaunty bend from the waist.
8 The jaunty infantry officer who just before the battle had rushed out of Tushin's wattle shed was laid, with a bullet in his stomach, on "Matvevna's" carriage.
9 Anatole followed him with his usual jaunty step but his face betrayed anxiety.
10 She was hurrying off as she talked--her brown hand waved a jaunty salute as she melted into her party at the door.
11 Kitty was walking there with her mother and the Moscow colonel, smart and jaunty in his European coat, bought ready-made at Frankfort.
12 The moon shone upon him, and I could distinguish the dapper shape and jaunty walk of the naturalist.
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13 The son, on the other hand, had dropped all that jaunty, dashing style which had characterized him, and the ferocity of a dangerous wild beast gleamed in his dark eyes and distorted his handsome features.
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14 With that Jo marched straight away and the rest followed, a bright little band of sisters, all looking their best in summer suits, with happy faces under the jaunty hatbrims.
15 I noticed that she wore her evening dress, all her dresses, like sports clothes--there was a jauntiness about her movements as if she had first learned to walk upon golf courses on clean, crisp mornings.