1 It was only his appearance that was a little altered; his hide was less shiny than it had used to be, and his great haunches seemed to have shrunken.
2 He walked just before her in the narrow path, swinging the hurricane lamp low, revealing the wet grass, the black shiny tree-roots like snakes, wan flowers.
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3 The man who had knocked at the door, was a stout personage of middle height, aged about fifty: with shiny black hair, cropped pretty close; half-whiskers, a round face, and sharp eyes.
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4 He shot a questioning glance at each of us, placed his shiny top-hat upon the sideboard, and with a slight bow sidled down into the nearest chair.
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5 With his collar turned up, his shiny, seedy coat, his red cravat, and his worn boots, he was a perfect sample of the class.
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6 My companion ordered him to wait, and had his hand upon the knocker, when the door opened and a grave young gentleman in black, with a very shiny hat, appeared on the step.
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7 It was a new carriage, shiny with varnish, and the harness was new too, with bits of polished brass here and there.
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8 Guns and churns and barrels of nails and beautiful shiny butcher knives.
9 Inside, it was as shiny, as hard, and as cheerful as a new oak upright piano.
10 When the snow was too deep for his motor he went off on country calls in a shiny, floral, steel-tipped cutter, only his ruddy nose and his cigar emerging from the fur.
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11 One uv 'em is white en shiny, en t'other one is black.'
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12 Every night we passed towns, some of them away up on black hillsides, nothing but just a shiny bed of lights; not a house could you see.
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13 But Mr Gleeson had round shiny cuffs and clean white wrists and fattish white hands and the nails of them were long and pointed.
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14 And he wiped his shiny forehead.
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15 The left side of the forest was dark in the shade, the right side glittered in the sunlight, wet and shiny and scarcely swayed by the breeze.
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