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Some crafty dude fresh out of high school withstood the quiet wilds of Grand Slam qualifying and reached the 1977 Wimbledon men’s singles draw, then ventured all the way to the semifinals in an unprecedented whoa.
It was not Mother Carron who spoke: our crafty hostess was far too burdened just then under the collapse of all her craftiness.
This is taking the wise in their own craftiness, I reckon: and richly you deserve to lose all your ill-got hoard.
It is without shame that I confess myself unequal to a Jesuit in craftiness.'
GERALD FITZGERALDCHARLES JAMES LEVER
"All right," he sighed, and went out obediently, but paused to stare at her with a curious craftiness.
All that you invest wisely in men is stored up against any violence or craftiness of thieves and any corroding of rust.
Its old simplicity of expression got masked by a certain craftiness that assimilated even his good-humour to itself.
OUR MUTUAL FRIENDCHARLES DICKENS
Paul advised “walking in wisdom;” he abhorred “walking in craftiness.”
Old Broderson startled Annixter, who sat next to him, out of all measure by suddenly winking at him with infinite craftiness.
THE OCTOPUSFRANK NORRIS
In this expedition, courage takes the second place; skill and craftiness alone can ensure our success.

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