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An unwelcoming Cockney voice answered that Mr. Waring was engaged and invited her to leave a message.
LADY LILITHSTEPHEN MCKENNA
The unwelcoming tones made it abundantly clear that the remainder of his thought ran: "And you've no business to get into it."
THE HERMIT OF FAR ENDMARGARET PEDLER
The narrowness gave it a look of unwelcoming meagerness, this although it was of a good size.
OLD CROWALICE BROWN
It took more than an unwelcoming face to divert the obstinate old Frenchman from any purpose firmly fixed in his mind.
THE LADY DOCCAROLINE LOCKHART
The deep voice, unwelcoming, vibrant with an odd ring, would have struck a less suspicious man than Dene.
With all this we were spared the bitterness of the unwelcoming thought.
They greeted its slow coming with dulled, wearied eyes, unwelcoming.
BETH NORVELLRANDALL PARRISH
But the place, for all its ingenuities of comfort, was oddly cold and unwelcoming.
She slipped to the floor, put her head on his unwelcoming shoulder and her arms about his neck.
OLD CROWALICE BROWN

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