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Thin face creased in a smile of self-satisfaction, he glanced at the paper he had bought.
A black hat, wide of brim and carefully creased, replaced the nondescript felt affair which Bill usually wore.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
Worried wrinkles creased the kindly old face of Captain Cragley.
He pulled up his creased trousers when he sat down, and the socks thus disclosed above his tan Oxfords proved to be blue also.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
He next smoothed out the creased silk and studied minutely the blotches, which were heaviest about the left breast and shoulder.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
He was well dressed in tweed clothes, cut by a good tailor, a little creased by his night out of doors, but otherwise immaculate.
A MAKER OF HISTORYE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He drew forth a creased, yellowed, tattered, time-eaten paper.
The earl's eyebrows creased up over the address; they came down low on the contents.
Even Robert, who had completely ignored the doctor's entrance, glanced round with creased brows.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
Franz took his hand from beneath the blankets to tickle Caesar's ears, and a worried frown creased his forehead.
RESCUE DOG OF THE HIGH PASSJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

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