slyly out

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  • Queenie looked up rather slyly out of her little light eyes. Cited from The Wharf by the Docks, by Florence Warden
  • A little slyly out of her shrewd gray eyes, she glanced up sideways at him. Cited from The White Linen Nurse, by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
  • Twice the child stopped, and (still keeping slyly out of her mother's reach) ran back to me, wondering at my silence. Cited from The Two Destinies, by Wilkie Collins
  • He hid an apple pie in his hat, and he went slyly out of the door with a piece of blueberry pie in his mouth! Cited from Snubby Nose and Tippy Toes, by Laura Rountree Smith
  • Bending low over her hand, he said something commonplace in a very low tone, at the same time looking slyly out of the corner of his eye to see if Booth was taking it all in. Cited from The Hollow of Her Hand, George Barr McCutcheon
  • Once he saw the door of his wardrobe slowly open, and a white something with a dreadful face -- half human and half animal -- steal slyly out and disappear in the wall opposite. Cited from The Sorcery Club, by Elliott O'Donnell
  • I have observed him, this Maitre Mouche; he is very ceremonious, and watches his visitors slyly out of the corner of his eye. Cited from The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard by Anatole France 3
  • Rabbits also would scamper back from the borders of the fields into the thickets or peep slyly out, making my sportsman's fingers tingle. Cited from Winter Sunshine, by John Burroughs
  • I watched a large crocodile creep slyly out of the water, and lie in waiting among the rocks at the usual drinking-place before they arrived, but the baboons were too wide awake to be taken in so easily. Cited from The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, Samuel W. Baker
  • The eldest girl, about fourteen, came in whilst we were there, and she leaned herself bashfully against the wall for a minute or two, and then slunk slyly out again, as if ashamed of our presence. Cited from Home-Life of the Lancashire Factory Folk during the Cotton Famine, Waugh
  • It was not until then that Miki observed Iskwasis, the young female porcupine, who had poked herself slyly out from under a bush near Kawook. Cited from Nomads Of The North, by James Oliver Curwood
  • It stood on a corner of Main Street, glancing slyly out of the tail of one eye, side-ways down the street, toward the shop and the business, but keeping a bold, complacent front toward the street-cars and the smaller houses across the way. Cited from The Blue Flower, by Henry van Dyke
  • "That naughty puss gets plenty to eat in the house and there are lots of nice fat mice in the barn, and yet he slips slyly out to the orchard and takes the life of a poor, innocent little bird." Cited from Dickey Downy, by Virginia Sharpe Patterson
  • Five or six of the speakers instantly stole slyly out of the throng, with the commendable intention of hurrying after the delinquent, in order to secure the payment of certain small balances of account, in which the unhappy and much traduced good-man stood indebted to the several parties. Cited from The Red Rover, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Unity, at the harpsichord, was playing over, very rapidly, one after another, reels, hornpipes, jigs, and Congos, and looking, meanwhile, slyly out of velvet eyes at Fairfax Cary, who had asked for a particularly tender serenade. Cited from Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnston