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The most dangerous man was apt to be quiet and smooth-spoken.

Damn the insolent, smooth-spoken knave of hearts, and confound the women!

Among them was the smooth-spoken corregidor, now woefully crestfallen.

He was not a smooth-spoken fellow, but he did not wish to offend Lord Medenham.

He watched the newspapers, too—but no longer was he to be taken in by smooth-spoken agents.

I scarcely recognised Miss Rose, who had always looked so pleasant, and been such a smooth-spoken young lady.

Clive and Hugh looked askance at the comrade they knew as a rule as a smooth-spoken, wool-gathering fellow.

How I envied the smooth-spoken man of science his ability to say these words so glibly!

He was always a villain, smooth-spoken and plausible, but a dangerous, subtle villain all the same.

He was smooth-spoken and courteous to his equals, and generally affable, though with constraint, to his inferiors.

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