1 Then Jurgis slowly and warily approached him; he took out the bill, and fumbled it for a moment, while the man stared at him with hostile eyes across the counter.
2 The Indians warily retraced their steps toward the place they had left, when the scout, placing his pole against a rock, by a powerful shove, sent his frail bark directly into the turbulent stream.
3 Heyward, perceiving that the eyes of his companion were warily fastened on the rest of the band, fell back immediately, in order to avoid the appearance of any suspicious confederacy with their leader.
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4 The exulting Indian had resumed his austere countenance, though he drew warily back before the menacing glance of the young man's fiery eye.
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5 With the advantage of possessing this important intelligence, the chief warily laid his plans before his fellows, and, as might have been anticipated from his eloquence and cunning, they were adopted without a dissenting voice.
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6 He presently halted under a great elm, blew an answering blast, and then began to tiptoe and look warily out, this way and that.
7 When Jeff arrived, Tom accosted him; and "led up" warily to opportunities for remark about Becky, but the giddy lad never could see the bait.
8 He sat down and took a long rest, torturing himself meanwhile to keep awake, and then started warily down the home-stretch.
9 They presently emerged into the clump of sumach bushes, looked warily out, found the coast clear, and were soon lunching and smoking in the skiff.
10 We will judge warily," said Bellingham, "and look well what we.
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11 At the stairs where we had taken him abroad, and ever since, I had looked warily for any token of our being suspected.
12 Gray old Laska, who had followed them, sat down warily opposite him and pricked up her ears.
13 One ear had been turned wrong side out as she ran up, and she breathed heavily but warily, and still more warily looked round, but more with her eyes than her head, to her master.
14 Hence grew the ill opinion entertained in Rome of Fabius Maximus, who could never persuade the people that it behoved them to proceed warily in their conflict with Hannibal, and withstand his onset without fighting.
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15 For we see that in what they do some men act impulsively, others warily and with caution.
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