1 Miss Kate took out her sketch again, and Margaret watched her, while Mr. Brooke lay on the grass with a book, which he did not read.
2 They are wild to see the river, sketch the broken bridge, and copy some of the things they admire in my book.
3 Laurie sat turning the little ring on his finger, and Amy put the last touches to the hasty sketch she had been working at while she talked.
4 and Amy laid another sketch beside the one he held.
5 Only a rough sketch of Laurie taming a horse.
6 He deliberately scrutinised each sketch and painting.
7 An hour or two sufficed to sketch my own portrait in crayons; and in less than a fortnight I had completed an ivory miniature of an imaginary Blanche Ingram.
8 I offered to sketch their portraits; and each, in turn, sat for a pencil outline.
9 Everything, however, went on smoothly, and was finally settled according to Charlotte's first sketch.
10 He had never so much as thought of making one, so far as his papers afforded any evidence; for there was no kind of hint, sketch, or memorandum, of any testamentary intention whatever.
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11 He was making a sketch for the figure of a man in a violent rage.
12 A sketch had been made before, but he was dissatisfied with it.
13 Still, he took the sketch, laid it on his table, and, moving a little away, screwing up his eyes, he fell to gazing at it.
14 "Oh, I ought to give you a sketch of the company you will meet with us," she went on.
15 After surveying the sketch critically she drew a broad smudge of paint across its surface, and crumpled the paper between her hands.