1 With her younger daughters, she had success, for Suellen was so anxious to be attractive she lent an attentive and obedient ear to her mother's teachings, and Carreen was shy and easily led.
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2 Gerald raised it, obedient as a child, and gulped noisily.
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3 She looked, and was, frail but she was willing, obedient and obliging.
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4 Thereafter, nothing short of force would make her go to bed at the same time as the obedient Ella.
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5 He was docile and obedient, but when he was six years old he began to run away from home, always taking the same direction.
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6 He exhorted me to content myself, and be obedient.
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7 Before he was ready to begin--before he had announced to himself that he was about to fight--he threw the obedient well-balanced rifle into position and fired a first wild shot.
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8 The flag, obedient to these appeals, bended its glittering form and swept toward them.
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9 The lieutenant made an obedient gesture.
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10 She was half sorry her sagacity had miscarried, and half glad that Tom had stumbled into obedient conduct for once.
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11 The first day she was very obedient and industrious, and exerted herself to please Mother Holle, for she thought of the gold she should get in return.
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12 The Young Amelia had a very active crew, very obedient to their captain, who lost as little time as possible.
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13 He would be very quiet and obedient: and he wished that he could do something kind for him to show him that he was not proud.
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14 Van Helsing stepped out, and, obedient to his gesture, we all advanced too; the four of us ranged in a line before the door of the tomb.
15 She rose obedient, but when she have made a step she stopped, and stood as one stricken.