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Into the eyes of the halfbreed came a viperish light that almost stilled Oliver's heartbeats.
THE HERITAGE OF THE HILLSARTHUR P. HANKINS
A fresh taunt trembled on his viperish tongue, when Gregory plucked at the skirts of his coat, and drew him aside.
THE TAVERN KNIGHTRAFAEL SABATINI
She was a harsh and tyrannous woman still, but not now openly viperish or cruel.
THE HISTORY OF DAVID GRIEVEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
She cast one viperish look at me as I entered the hall, but said nothing, and went slowly upstairs without returning my bow.
THE WOMAN IN WHITEWILKIE COLLINS
Grace started up angrily from her seat, and fixed her viperish eyes on Mercy.
THE NEW MAGDALENWILKIE COLLINS
The news came in a letter penned by his Eminence himself—a bitter, viperish letter, with a covert threat in every line.
THE SUITORS OF YVONNERAPHAEL SABATINI
Near the drawer rested the sword from which its viperish companion had been abstracted.
THE STOWMARKET MYSTERYLOUIS TRACY
The thin, viperish blade, stuck upwards from under his temple, gleamed red before the sinking fire.
ROMANCEJOSEPH CONRAD AND F.M. HUEFFER
He smiled at her eagerness, so poorly subdued, recording in a mental footnote the viperish fury of a woman in her plight.
EWING\'S LADYHARRY LEON WILSON
Only the nurse of her children mistrusts her fiery eyes and thunderous silence, her viperish loose hair and throbbing skin.
STUDIES OF THE GREEK POETS (VOL II OF 2)JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS

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