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Through the whole afternoon he snarled at Waddle; but Waddle sat silent, bending over the ledger.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
He looks good and kind, not at all as though he would ever throw stones at people for the fun of seeing them waddle faster.
TALES OF A POULTRY FARMCLARA DILLINGHAM PIERSON
Upon retiring from the Exchange he is said to waddle out of the Alley.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
Miss Waddle's experience of the nobler sex was limited, but her sentiment in the main was a correct one.
And another: "Their legs have grown crooked with much rowing, till they waddle in their walk like ducks."
After this they walked on in silence for a short way, when Mr. Waddle made a little proposition.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
"There are debts of honour which a real gentleman feels himself more bound to pay than any bills," Waddle had written.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
"I believe he's cutting his throat about this time," said Mr. Waddle.
RALPH THE HEIRANTHONY TROLLOPE
They should not waddle and wallop in every hollow lane, nor loll out their watery tongues at every wash-pool in the parish.
Scarcely could she be induced to waddle to the pond, nor would she touch the food brought to her.

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