1 A beginning of mystery menaced "the established order of things," which was suspicious and underhand.
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2 It is obscure because it is underhand.
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3 "Oh, it's nothing underhand," he assured me.
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4 But, you see, from the mother's breast the colored child feels and sees that there are none but underhand ways open to it.
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5 He had suspected his agent of some underhand dealing; of meaning to bias him against the deserving; and he had determined to go himself, and thoroughly investigate the merits of the case.
Mansfield Park By Jane AustenGet Context In CHAPTER XLI
6 Mr. Duffy, however, had a distaste for underhand ways and, finding that they were compelled to meet stealthily, he forced her to ask him to her house.