1 Her tone was now querulous and her lip drawn up, giving her not a joyful, but an animal, squirrel-like expression.
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2 He passed into the next room, and the deep, querulous sounds of his voice were at once heard from there.
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3 The jeweller began eating his supper, and the woman, who was ordinarily so querulous and indifferent to all who approached her, was suddenly transformed into the most smiling and attentive hostess.
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4 Nothing was stirring except a brindled, grey cat, which crept from the ashes, and saluted me with a querulous mew.
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5 Mr. Jaggers was querulous and angry with me for having "let it slip through my fingers," and said we must memorialize by and by, and try at all events for some of it.
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6 Of a sudden another broke out in a querulous way like a man who has mislaid his hat.
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7 Phelps was still weak after his long illness, and his misfortune made him querulous and nervous.
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8 In the middle of the hall the prefect of the college sodality was speaking earnestly, in a soft querulous voice, with a boarder.
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9 Gerald was mumbling querulously and pulling away like a child.
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10 "I don't know till now if I did right," he said, a little querulously.
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11 His Chinese house is by the fire; and he lies within it, on his bed of flannel, querulously trying to sleep.
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12 "There are no crimes and no criminals in these days," he said, querulously.
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13 "I don't know how we could manage without him," answered the elder woman querulously.
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