1 Why, you liar, I saw you with my own eyes sidle round the corner of the porch and squat in the cape jessamine bush by the wall.
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2 After a time he began to sidle near to the youth, and in a diffident way try to make him a friend.
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3 But the instant she vanished, Meg began to sidle toward the door, murmuring.
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4 Because of Hilda's opposition, she was fiercely on the sidle of the man, she would stand by him through thick and thin.
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5 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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6 The big constable, very hot and penitent, sidled into the room.
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7 He sidled out of the alley, smiling slyly.
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8 The women sidled up and began to chatter.
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9 He so sidled and twittered and tilted as he hopped on his bush.
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10 The minute after, she had sidled to him, and was sticking primroses in his plate of porridge.
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11 He sidled in and out of a room, to take up the less space.
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12 The princess nodded to her daughter and sidled out of the room.
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13 I saw him through the window, seizing his horse's mane, and mounting in his blundering brutal manner, and sidling and backing away.
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14 Kouzma, waked up by her, came sidling sleepily out onto the steps.
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15 But, go sidling or go straight, Uncas had seen the movement, and their trail led us on to the broken bush.
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