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Yet these eyes were lustrous, direct and honest, and tokened the rare quality of mental concentration.
Every cloud of dust that tokened an approaching traveller raised a new hope.
OLE MAMMY'S TORMENTANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Darkness had just fallen, and there was that stifling oppression in the air that fore-tokened a thunderstorm.
THE CZAR'S SPYWILLIAM LE QUEUX
From the rear, cries and laughter and the sound of many hoofs tokened that the rest of the party was close behind.
Aaron demanded, with a significance that tokened former arguments.
Terrence did not voice his sorrow, if sorrow he had; but his hovering about Biddy tokened his anxiety for her.
I'm not one to love any created woman as be tokened to another man and well you know it.
For the time he was changed; the quick brevity of his utterance tokened an interested excitement.
THOROUGHBREDSW. A. FRASER

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