He looked at him, screwing up his eyes and showing his long teeth.
The esaul, screwing up his light-colored eyes, nodded approvingly.
“By the colour of the sea, sir,” replied the man, screwing up his eyes.
Screwing up the paper, and cramming it into his waistcoat-pocket.
Screwing up her eyebrows as well as her mouth, she tried again.
“To be sure it has,” said the skipper, screwing up his eyes.
“He may have all my share,” said Chris, screwing up his face.
I think so, uncle, said the lad doubtfully, screwing up his face.
And again he extolled his personal merit in screwing up the proposer.
She thought for a long time, screwing up her forehead and moving her lips.