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When detectives asked him about his conversation with Lewis, Gilbert was cagey, saying it concerned a “personal matter.”
Podcast’s ad dollars may be growing, but Tenderfoot TV founder Donald Albright knows how cagey buyers can be.
He would be cagey enough to stay ignorant of any overt strife or any other skullduggery that could be laid at his door.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
It was wonderful how sort of patriotic and unselfish and religious and cagey he always was.
YELLOWSTONE NIGHTSHERBERT QUICK
Theyve got Rawlings for a manager and hes one of the most cagey men in the game.
If they really have a ‘man wanted’ sign hung on him he would be too cagey to come around here today.
Cagey explained the situation, and from then on to train time, Hal was patted and petted and given dainties from lunch baskets.
Hal is in the house now, with Cagey, and Billie is there also, and has the exclusive run of one room.
But we're all growing older, and Stern's pretty cagey about immigration.
THE BEST MADE PLANSEVERETT B. COLE
They've been drinking Blood all Morning and are feeling good and Cagey.
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