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Large, robust, and full of wiles, the great crabs are a very combative race.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
If you are a fisherman you impute all sorts of wiles to the fish.
BEHIND THE MIRRORSCLINTON W. GILBERT
"I wish you a good journey," said Wiles, as he drove from the shed as Bill entered.
It was a long chase; for the old grey boar was speedy, cunning, and a master of wiles.
THE JUNGLE GIRLGORDON CASSERLY
The plot worked; Francis was fascinated, falling an easy prey to the wiles of the wanton Anne.
WOMEN OF MODERN FRANCE (ILLUSTRATED)HUGO PAUL THIEME (1870-1940)
"All your power and wiles," insisted the old man, in a tone of exasperation.
He still retains his position, notwithstanding all the wiles and "picketings" of the trade unionists.
I never dreamed of jealousy, Alfred Bernard, or I might have seen beforehand the wiles of the insidious tempter.
I know all about it, and the way they get hold of girls like you who are not up to their wiles.
Many curious tales are told of the wiles and expedients practised by these animals to secure their prey.

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