her caress

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  • And away ran the bright girl, giving her caresses to each sister as she went. Cited from The Trial, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • He spoke with a decision which took no account of her caresses. Cited from The Testing of Diana Mallory, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • The child only answered by her caresses, and laid her head upon his breast. Cited from The Old Curiosity Shop, by Charles Dickens
  • Still, though he submitted to her caresses, he did not return them. Cited from An Algonquin Maiden, by G. Mercer Adam
  • From the day she weaned him, no one had ever seen her caress the child. Cited from The Tysons, by May Sinclair
  • The girl made no effort to shake her off, and not the least response to her caress. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • He made no movement to return her caresses. Cited from Love, The Fiddler, by Lloyd Osbourne
  • Can he who owns her rule supreme From her caresses turn? Cited from Brave Men and Women, by O.E. Fuller
  • But he would not let her caress him. Cited from Lady Merton, Colonist, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • "Do you really mean it!" she cried, transferring her caresses to her father. Cited from The Lever, by William Dana Orcutt
  • There were days when her caresses affected him as a sort of suffocation. Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • He shivered slightly as he felt her caress, and thought how she would recoil from him did she know all. Cited from The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, by Fergus Hume
  • "That means that we accept her caresses and her money." Cited from History of Pendennis, Vol. 2, William M. Thackeray
  • Society would not have given and denied her caresses. Cited from Letters to Dead Authors, by Andrew Lang
  • "Well, when are the little plagues coming?" he asked, returning her caress. Cited from Elsie Dinsmore, by Martha Finley
  • This trait in her was still dearer to my father than her caresses. Cited from Reminiscences of Tolstoy, by Ilya Tolstoy
  • Gilbert, while returning her caresses, sought to calm her excitement; but all at once he turned pale. Cited from Stories of Modern French Novels: Scribners Ed.
  • There was no need for her to linger and draw out her caresses, no need to be afraid of going to bed alone. Cited from The Tree of Heaven, by May Sinclair
  • He half thought so, but she looked so beautiful, it enabled him to return her caresses with some tepid warmth. Cited from Halcyone, by Elinor Glyn
  • And his lips held hers, regardless of ten thousand Counts and their claims upon her caresses. Cited from One Day, by Anonymous
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