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I should worry if Burd has a dozen maiden aunts,” observed Amy scornfully, “and they all knitted him red wristlets!
Queeker had been taken unawares, but he pressed his knees together, knitted his brows, and resolved not to be so taken again.
Knitted veils in black silk or worsted are also worn by grown-up persons.
It was grey-coloured and hung low like a little bag, made of knitted grey wool.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
Goethe's poem is more interesting because of the greater solidity of the characters, and because of the more closely knitted plot.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
We all contributed more or less except Miss Gamer; Margaret followed with knitted brows and occasional interjections.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Sadie knitted her dark brows as she nerved herself to make a momentous choice.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
Three-finger mittens knitted up to the elbow, with the first finger absolutely bare, are very welcome.
PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
The fair girl knitted her brows in a frown at his overboldness.
THE PROUD PRINCEJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
The ordinary wristlets or pulse-warmers are knitted in the same way, 8½ inches long, and sewed up with no thumb-opening.

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