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    1. is to feign interest

    2. Jake will have to feign leaving his camp and then circle back and attack

    3. She loved the night life in the city too much to stay at home and be a subservient housewife! So she’d have to feign pregnancy

    4. They were on a par, neither had to feign sympathy for the others adversity

    5. ” Thinking of Wholt, she did not have to feign the thick emotion in her voice

    6. A Republican caught red-handed with his or her hand in the (proverbial) cookie jar is likely to feign shame and remorse for such an

    7. She shook his hand off her and opened the door to the bathroom to feign a proud exit

    8. “Yo Philly Phil, Phil,” Pauly G chanted as he cut into our confab and then he did this crazy ass Shiznit that he always did, which I still have no idea what the heck he was even doing, when he yelled, “Scroooompt!” He would say it and then he would reach out, touch my chin, then feign throwing it to the ground, and then he laughed to himself

    9. 2 And Joab sent to Tekoah, and fetched then a wise woman, and said to her, I pray you, feign yourself to be a mourner, and put on

    10. say to her, for it shall be, when she comes in, that she shall feign herself to be another woman

    11. She felt that she couldn't feign sickness and act a lie, after remembering that long-ago talk with her father

    12. “Take them all outside the castle, and feign a riot

    13. I was a little nonplused by this development, but managed to cover my surprise and feign enthusiasm

    14. The focus, though we feign humility, is totally on SELF

    15. See through this indifference I feign

    16. how could we possibly feign to ‘fix’ anything? And if truth was

    17. This was something that she never allowed to happen in ordinary circumstances because it would spoil the enjoyment for the next client if she was unable to feign any interest

    18. stupid cat refuses to even feign friendliness towards the children, who do everything in their

    19. I feign to imagine what surprises they may hold in store for us

    20. Sometimes he would even feign insanity and be a fool for Christ's

    21. I feign oblivion to their terror filled voices and eyes

    22. The Baptism was to feign death to be buried with

    23. step onto the precipice, I feign imbalance and fall forward into his

    24. "conscience", and will feign remorse to avoid punishment, as Cleckley explains, "he shows almost no sense of shame

    25. Royal Mix hard candy to feign a seizure on his way to

    26. He knew how to feign interest in whatever the speaker was talking about and would occasionally ask my opinion to keep me in the conversation

    27. do not feign affection

    28. to plan, Tom was to feign sleep if stopped

    29. She grunted, but continued to feign sleep

    30. “But your dad appreciates your interest in the company, right?” she asked, fully aware that they agreed he was going to feign interest in the family business to ensure he did not upset his father or Leone in any way

    31. Tell her she"s to feign a fainting or weak

    32. "I was glad I did just as I did," resumed Clare, "because it wasn't long before I saw that the thing to do was to feign drowsiness

    33. deciding that if he couldn’t fall asleep he would at least feign sleep

    34. She continued to feign sleep as he sipped his coffee alone

    35. Without firing a single official shot of violence at the people whose lands they were invading… And then feign astonishment and moral indignation that any native living on their native land should have any quarrel with English forts and soldiers protecting English colonists on foreign soil

    36. So many times I insincerely wished I were ugly and unattractive so I would give up hope of being accepted, desired, but the fact was that they were not indifferent to my looks those boldly staring girls and it was I who had to feign indifference

    37. Her arms wrapped around his neck—slowly enough, she hoped, to feign a need for further support

    38. the second option and feign friendship, but what they real y want is love

    39. apologise the next morning, and to which we would feign incomprehension in response

    40. "That's just the point, that at the present moment," Raskolnikov tried his utmost to feign embarrassment, "I am not quite in funds

    41. That wounded him slightly, but still he continued to feign sickness

    42. to feign, at once, a yielding to the allurements of a great interest, as a

    43. She was often defeated in her purpose, by encountering their watchful eyes, when it became necessary to feign an alarm she did not feel, and occupy the limb by some gesture of feminine apprehension

    44. Maybe she could feign a migraine and leave early… but what was the point? Barney would still expect her to complete the work, and even at home, she knew she’d continue to obsess over the day’s events

    45. unfavourable to her plan, she at last pretended to be won over by mere dint of entreaties, promises, and, above all, by the dazzling sum she took care to wind him up to the specification of, when it was now even a piece of art to feign, at once, a yielding to the allurements of a great interest, as a pretext for her yielding at all, and the manner of it such as might persuade him she had never dipped her virtuous fingers in an affair of that sort

    46. However hard she tried, she could not love this little child, and to feign love was beyond her powers

    47. Plainness has its peculiar temptations and vices quite as much as beauty; it is apt either to feign amiability, or, not feigning it, to show all the repulsiveness of discontent: at any rate, to be called an ugly thing in contrast with that lovely creature your companion, is apt to produce some effect beyond a sense of fine veracity and fitness in the phrase

    48. To see her, without a convulsion of her small pink face, not even feign to glance in the direction of the prodigy I announced, but only, instead of that, turn at ME an expression of hard, still gravity, an expression absolutely new and

    49. She’d feign surprise at how fast he was and then offer a less than heartfelt apology for not having started breakfast

    50. In the restorative idleness of solitude, on the other hand, the widows discovered that the honorable way to live was at the body’s bidding, eating only when one was hungry, loving without lies, sleeping without having to feign sleep in order to escape the indecency of official love, possessed at last of the right to an entire bed to themselves, where no one fought them for half of the sheet, half of the air they breathed, half of their night, until their bodies were satisfied with dreaming their own dreams, and they woke alone

    1. and into red light, the boys step in feigned nonchalance,

    2. Berndt has the grace to look shamefaced as I turn to him in feigned astonishment, but retorts in kind to his friend, protesting that it wasn’t his fault if Joris had made that assumption; it was just that he hadn’t corrected him

    3. He laughed at her feigned anger

    4. There was a short staring contest between the two men as Alexei feigned an attack on his honor and good name

    5. ” He patted his benefactor on the back as Samuel smiled and wagged a finger at his wife, whose turn now it was to adopt the blank look, but of near feigned innocence

    6. ' My own part in this was a formality to be sure,” and he feigned a resigned sigh

    7. As it was, his feigned

    8. followed by feigned innocence, and – when she realised it

    9. ” I feigned a yawn, “I’m suddenly exhausted

    10. I feigned disinterest, but was secretly thrilled that it bothered her

    11. He feigned interest by laughing and smiling every now and then at something she said, but his mind was somewhere else

    12. “Is such a thing possible?” Zarko asked, a look of feigned shock on his face

    13. My show of annoyance was feigned though, and he was aware of it

    14. ” Feigned interest and a

    15. Alex feigned and then hooked Josh’s leg again with the toe of his boot, sending Josh to the floor twice in as many minutes

    16. He feigned several more sips, then set the empty cup on the table

    17. Settling back down again, he feigned sleep, snoring loudly, but staying alert, every sense quivering with expectation

    18. Feigned indignation and fabricated reprisals designed to redress historical grievances in matters of gender, race and ethnicity should be a troubling proposition for any society whose lack of (dialectic) proportion makes it increasingly difficult to correctly assess the (determined) aspects or (appropriate) limits of free speech

    19. He was then tried in Spain but still avoided punishment due to claimed (likely feigned) ill health

    20. Was this guy totally whacked out, just trying to impress her with a fancy line of crap – or what? He certainly had some astonishing bullshit! Dozens of questions sprang to mind yet, with a knowing smile, she feigned having familiarity with it all and, to allow herself pause to think, began rolling a joint

    21. “Really?” His fascination was hardly feigned under the circumstances

    22. He feigned ignorance of what the man was saying, trying to give the impression that he was not fully awake as he struggled to free himself from the blanket

    23. “Brendan!” said Sim in sincerely feigned joy

    24. He was looking at the machine with a feigned look of worried expectation, when it answered with a sparkling quality in its voice:

    25. The machine assumed a more formal voice with an intense feeling of feigned stiffness behind it, intended to portray extreme seriousness though to Hilderich’s ears it only managed to sound like a dimwitted inflated egotist:

    26. Colling asked questions of the young officer when the occasion arose, and feigned enthusiastic envy when Pankovski boasted that he had once been selected to serve in an honor guard for the Great Comrade Stalin, and had stood “no more than three meters from the Great Man himself

    27. James shook his head and shrugged, his reaction floating somewhere between genuine ignorance and feigned indifference

    28. The other knit hat wearing Bboy had feigned using num chucks in his up rock battle against his friend

    29. “Blake had to go do his thing,” Braun said as he feigned an inhalation sound while putting his thumb and index finger to his lips

    30. Only this time, I had recognized his feigned grown up voice

    31. Mary cleared her throat, feigned a smile, and said, “Boogie Bob went to enter a break dance battle in the sky last night

    32. 13 And he changed his behaviour before them, and feigned himself mad in their hands, and scrabbled on the doors of the gate, and let

    33. George feigned interest but was furtively looking around at everyone

    34. They did outnumber us, but not by much, so it was very difficult getting the men to withdraw up the valley in feigned disarray

    35. I feigned interest in the dying plant on my right so I could pretend their words didn't reach me

    36. I feigned ignorance, but told him I would advise the Khakhan of his interest and let him know

    37. “Sadly no, Gloria,” he offered with a feigned hint of

    38. He listened intently to John’s words and feigned surprise at them, promising to pull out all the stops to help poor old Harry out

    39. Tess rushed towards me but I looked to where the ball came from only to see Adrianna and the rest of them giggling while Rhiannon covered her mouth with feigned shock

    40. He chuckled, “Since you grew into that—” I gestured at my naked body “—and I had to spend eight years without it,” he said and I feigned sympathy, pursing my lips

    41. 42 And Joshua and all the Israelites feigned themselves wearied out before them, and they fled by the way of the wilderness with cunning

    42. When they show what seems to be warmth, joy, love and compassion it is more feigned

    43. the gagging, which was not feigned

    44. 42 And Joshua and all the Israelites feigned themselves wearied out before them and they fled by the way of the wilderness with cunning

    45. I feigned it when Iffenia left, the remnants of my skill such that she did not discover my deceit

    46. He was only too aware that his feigned confidence in the past had collapsed once and could only wonder when it might happen again

    47. He was only too aware that his feigned

    48. She could feel his victorious grin behind her back as he feigned his curiosity

    49. The current opponent with whom Titus exchanged blows had some skill, the wizards had spent their coin well, but against this Su-Katii he was easily tricked into a premature assault, when Titus feigned a slip on the blood going down on one knee he pushed aside the hammer blow and thrust upwards sending his sword through the guard’s chainmail vest and into his stomach

    50. Connie reacts with feigned sincerity, “Oh, Jonathan

    1. “Two can play that game, Mister!” She told him feigning anger

    2. Belle, as George had done years before with Harry, lounged in the bow feigning sleep under her parasol; but she kept careful vigilance on both of her daughters' form and progress without them noticing

    3. “Ah, poor Harry,” consoled the ladies, feigning concern for his pretense of disappointment

    4. I came to the bonfire expecting to be bored, feigning interest in a teenage girl, who possessed gifts she didn’t understand

    5. Feigning madness, he sowed his field with salt

    6. The man in the tavern was himself an unsettling character, and everything in the Nord’s bones told him that the former was feigning ignorance

    7. I did realize that I may gain a slight element of surprise by feigning unconsciousness when the trunk was finally opened, but it would do me no good, as I was sure that I would be killed the instant the trunk was raised, conscious or not

    8. She looked away, feigning interest in the combatants

    9. Sespian leaned against the wall outside his office, feigning nonchalance as he chatted with Dunn and a couple of soldiers

    10. Sophisticated Americans, or those who fancy themselves as such, may oftentimes try to imitate or adopt European manners without quite succeeding in pulling it off; much in the manner of a saloon girl vested in all the gaudy trimmings feigning respectability at the opera house!

    11. ‘Well, we won’t find a solution by sitting here stuffing our chubby little faces until the pantry's empty,’ said Trevor, feigning a pout

    12. They were feigning a straight up street fight and pretending to use weapons against each other and shiznit like that but it was all a part of their up rock

    13. Those two, which I guessed were boyfriend and girlfriend by the lascivious nature of their interlude (or should I way inter-lewd) were feigning doggie style

    14. She was sticking her booty out as far as one could possibly stick ones booty out while shakin’ what her mama had gave her while her boyfriend was standing immediately behind her; spanking her and feigning intercourse with her

    15. “Really?” I asked feigning impressiveness

    16. She was feigning interest but wanted to get away to visit Bond Street and indulge herself

    17. ” I pivoted toward the buffet, feigning indifference

    18. She had even thought about feigning sickness in an effort to hold off the inevitable for another day

    19. ” He intercepted, feigning innocence

    20. The supervisor shook his head slowly, feigning

    21. “Well, first, it wasn't by choice,” Moshe replied, somewhat tartly, then, feigning modesty, “but

    22. I whirled around, feigning

    23. presented the torn shoe to Major, feigning that it had split itself, she found a new pair for me

    24. I sighed feigning resignation

    25. The Chosen, with well-chosen words, did ask of me some remedy to give his fellow feigning faint

    26. Slouching in his chair, feigning exhaustion from the information they’d received, Jonathan uttered the only sound he could think of: “Hmmmm…”

    27. Whoever was coming for a visit would probably be as bored with him – and he with them; passing the minutes watching television or wheeling around the corridors, feigning pleasure while smelling fresh urine and listening to the screams of demented patients

    28. Tommy smiled and lowered his head, feigning embarrassment

    29. Greta couldn't tell whether he was genuinely interested or feigning it but she answered, `She did nothing to be ungrateful to Amber

    30. That afternoon, when the train halted at Annavaram, feigning hungry, she wanted him to fetch her something to eat

    31. I shrugged my shoulders each time feigning ignorance

    32. Curran, feigning fear of an outraged KGB, had insisted on tagging along with Travis to Port Hardy

    33. Feigning that her foot still hurt her a little, Freda almost pushed Annie towards and into the waiting arms of the now not so secret stranger called William

    34. He assumed an attitude that was quite childish under the circumstances, feigning anger and imaginary resentment so that Petra Cotes would be the one who would bring about the break

    35. him while feigning ignorance throughout the process

    36. “Nothing,” Lady Jane replied, feigning innocence as she glanced at Feltus whose eyes were fixed on her

    37. I considered feigning illness or seasickness, but in the end, I knew I would probably give in

    38. Alex sighed, feigning disappointment though he was secretly

    39. feigning ignorance, even though he had already ascertained from the

    40. � Meanwhile, the Wellington bombers feigning a raid on Cologne would first attract the attention of the German air defense system, then confuse it by releasing in midair tons of strips of aluminum foils which would create massive false echoes on German radar screens

    41. ” They should give me an Oscar for this, he thought, feigning interest and sincerity with Charity

    42. “Interesting,” Alex said, feigning curiosity and interest

    43. “Glad to hear it,” Alex said, feigning interest

    44. “Ah, yes,” Van Thorn said, feigning surprise

    45. “That’s most unfortunate indeed,” Van Thorn said, feigning

    46. Either she was stupid or feigning bravado

    47. “Is that a fact?” Wickland said, feigning surprise at what had already been made known to him by the astute observations of Kirsten at the Four Oaks

    48. “How is it going this morning?” Del inquired, feigning interest in the small talk

    49. “We’ve had some successes over the years, but this outstrips everything,” she giggled, feigning drunkenness

    50. When it was about 11:00 pm at night, everybody in my house was feigning, but there was no sleep in my twin eyes

    1. A society that has developed an immunity to shock or feigns indifference to offensive or inappropriate behavior when it should be properly outraged should consider itself in a transitional state of moral decline!

    2. ” He informs her as her mouth drops open but she feigns showing her hurt

    3. Connie shakes her head and feigns clearing her ears as she scoffs, “Jonathan, haven’t you been paying attention for the past eight years? We don’t have a ‘relationship’

    4. “Barty, he’s killing me!” she feigns death, Oreo’s jaws pried open and placed around her throat

    5. Instead, she feigns a closed smile and prods Tyler, her son, to move on and enter the apartment

    6. Turning his head away from Laura, he feigns interest in a picture on the wall - one he is very fond of - to divert his attention

    7. Jacob feigns not understanding and points to a tap at random, sliding a copper bit on the bar

    8. ” Mia feigns disgust and looks from Christian to me

    9. Mayor, no sooner had Champmathieu arrived than Brevet exclaims: 'Eh! Why, I know that man! He is a fagot!4 Take a good look at me, my good man! You are Jean Valjean!' 'Jean Valjean! who's Jean Valjean?' Champmathieu feigns astonishment

    10. If one feigns death lions and lionesses are supposed to ignore one, according to Mr

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