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Wag numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. The wag of a tongue.
  2. She is a WAG, Mrs Houston.
  3. The chafts will wag as they be used to.
  4. Go, Tit, thresh a bit! said the wag.
  5. Theakston woke up and started to wag his tail.
  6. When teachers take students home, tongues wag.
  7. Poor "Wag" died soon afterwards from his wounds.
  8. What have I done, that thou darest wag thy tongue.
  9. Yeah, she changed her name when she became a WAG.
  10. Not one tongue was left to wag to betray its leader.
  11. And Lobo heard me, responding with a slight wag and.
  12. Do not wag your tongue with it, to hurry on with it.
  13. Well, she's not a WAG yet, hasn't got the tan for it.
  14. Q: When you pat a dog on its head he will usually wag his tail.
  15. Beagles that are properly socialized will ‘smile’ and wag.
  16. Jimmy would have chucked me and I wouldn't be a WAG any more.
  17. The seahorse began to wag its tail; wanting to play with Peter.
  18. Neighbors come over one after another and exclaim and wag their chins.
  19. Nesvítski laughed and nudged the others to make them look at the wag.
  20. Tongues began to wag in Hobbiton and Bywater; and rumour of the coming.
  21. The young WAG seemed surprised by this and could only utter a What?
  22. Only Scrap the dog was there to welcome Caris with a lazy wag of her tail.
  23. The story was tired but he was a high profile figure, tongues were sure to wag.
  24. Good point! said Wah, who with a single wag of his finger then withdrew the.
  25. One wag summed up these dilemmas rather well with the comment I know what we are here.
  26. This was an awesome thing, and it caused tongues to wag excitedly in palace and beehive hut.
  27. Victor gave his man a chance to back off, stepping in front of him with a wag of his finger.
  28. The wind, of course, did wag its tail against the house a number of times, startling Martin.
  29. Marius thought he had encountered a wag, the beginning of a mystification in the open street.
  30. It looks impressive but was it objectively a WAG (wild arsed guess)? You can never be certain.
  31. Her body shivered all over and her tail looked to be not quite sure in which direction to wag.
  32. The sharks wag their tails in different directions in an attempt to come off with a piece of the ship.
  33. The women wanted to have a chin wag, but LP was rubbing his hands and beginning to shake from the cold.
  34. In the corridor he met Nesvitski, with whom he shared a room, and the wag Zherkov; they were as usual laughing.
  35. At the moment though me and Bert were sat on the firing step having a chin wag and a fag when he suddenly said.
  36. On the face of the wag Zherkov there suddenly appeared a stupid smile of glee which he seemed unable to suppress.
  37. In the corridor he met Nesvítski, with whom he shared a room, and the wag Zherkóv; they were as usual laughing.
  38. On the face of the wag Zherkóv there suddenly appeared a stupid smile of glee which he seemed unable to suppress.
  39. She was afraid to turn around, but when she saw Clifford’s stubby tail wag back and forth, she knew it must be Than.
  40. If the aim wag the aggrandizement of France, that might have been attained without the Revolution and without the Empire.
  41. Your dog may remain aloof as you try out the names and then suddenly raise his head or wag his tail as you call out a name.
  42. In a moment they were heartened, and they crawled out, following "Wag" on their hands and knees and eventually regained our lines.
  43. Our only chance of safety lay in making a clean job of it, said he, and he would not leave a tongue with power to wag in a witness-box.
  44. I couldn’t see any signs of injury and he was trying to wag his tail and get on his feet, but he seemed too weak to be able to do so.
  45. At last he began to think it was all a joke; someone's spite, the jest of some wag; and besides, if she were dead, one would have known it.
  46. She was entirely humble at this moment, and would have thanked a dog if it had been so kind as to allow her to persuade it to wag its tail.
  47. The old dog swallowed it with the bread and was almost instantly cured, when he jumped up and began to wag his tail as an expression of joy.
  48. But if I hadn’t had my lips sewn shut I wouldn’t have learned the art of astral projection — out of sheer desperation to wag my tongue.
  49. It was the vag ze dog thing, Kosmo said, clearly referring to Wag the Dog, a film in which Levenson, DeNiro, and Hoffman either offered a strategic pearl or tipped off.
  50. Over the years it was only the alcohol that gave them a false sense of freedom and let their tongues wag in escape from the high dudgeons of the Church or the coal-scuttle raillery of the hearth.
  51. During the two Masses which we attended at Saint Francis Xavier church while we were in Pilar, a black dog lay down in the middle of the center aisle and would wag its tail when the faithful sang.
  52. He absolutely trembled and turned pale as ashes, lest his tongue should wag itself, in utterance of these horrible matters, and plead his own consent for so doing, without his having fairly given it.
  53. It looked at us one after another in a distressed, scrutinising way; at intervals it gave a timid little wag with its bushy tail between its legs, as though trying to reach our hearts by showing us every confidence.
  54. After the brunch, when the group gathered for a round of bingo with gusto, as Sathyam missed the house narrowly, commented a wag amongst them, With a wife like his in his house, where’s the need for another house.
  55. Meanwhile "Wag" Bennett, a Cockney, though badly wounded, had dragged himself out of a shell-hole, and was crawling towards what proved later to be the enemy lines when he saw the forms of the other fellows in the darkness.
  56. As I spoke, I observed a large dog lying on the sunny grass beneath raise its ears as if about to bark, and then smoothing them back, announce, by a wag of the tail, that some one approached whom it did not consider a stranger.
  57. From every wagon on the train came the groans and comments of hundreds of soldiers there were shouts of, “shoot the driver” and “we could march it bloody faster” some wag shouted, “that’s General Haig’s dinner that just went past.
  58. The landlord, who, as has been mentioned, was something of a wag, and had already some suspicion of his guest's want of wits, was quite convinced of it on hearing talk of this kind from him, and to make sport for the night he determined to fall in with his humour.
  59. You say your father insists on your going everywhere with the Cheritons, and the Cheritons will not miss a thing; but, after all isn't it rather weak to let yourself be led round by the nose if your nose doesn't like it? It is as though instead of a dog wagging its tail the tail should wag the dog.
  60. Oh, you self-satisfied persons who, in your unctuous pride, are forever ready to mouth your maxims—if only you knew how fully I myself comprehend the sordidness of my present state, you would not trouble to wag your tongues at me! What could you say to me that I do not already know? Well, wherein lies my difficulty? It lies in the fact that by a single turn of a roulette wheel everything for me, has become changed.
  61. The bachelor, though he was called Samson, was of no great bodily size, but he was a very great wag; he was of a sallow complexion, but very sharp-witted, somewhere about four-and-twenty years of age, with a round face, a flat nose, and a large mouth, all indications of a mischievous disposition and a love of fun and jokes; and of this he gave a sample as soon as he saw Don Quixote, by falling on his knees before him and saying, Let me kiss your mightiness's hand, Senor Don Quixote of La Mancha, for, by the habit of St.
  62. What! can it be that a young hussy that hardly knows how to handle a dozen lace-bobbins dares to wag her tongue and criticise the histories of knights-errant? What would Senor Amadis say if he heard of such a thing? He, however, no doubt would forgive thee, for he was the most humble-minded and courteous knight of his time, and moreover a great protector of damsels; but some there are that might have heard thee, and it would not have been well for thee in that case; for they are not all courteous or mannerly; some are ill-conditioned.
  63. Therapontigonus Miles could walk arm in arm with Vadeboncoeur the grenadier, Damasippus the second-hand dealer would be happy among bric-a-brac merchants, Vincennes could grasp Socrates in its fist as just as Agora could imprison Diderot, Grimod de la Reyniere discovered larded roast beef, as Curtillus invented roast hedgehog, we see the trapeze which figures in Plautus reappear under the vault of the Arc of l'Etoile, the sword-eater of Poecilus encountered by Apuleius is a sword-swallower on the Pont Neuf, the nephew of Rameau and Curculio the parasite make a pair, Ergasilus could get himself presented to Cambaceres by d'Aigrefeuille; the four dandies of Rome: Alcesimarchus, Phoedromus, Diabolus, and Argyrippus, descend from Courtille in Labatut's posting-chaise; Aulus Gellius would halt no longer in front of Congrio than would Charles Nodier in front of Punchinello; Marto is not a tigress, but Pardalisca was not a dragon; Pantolabus the wag jeers in the Cafe Anglais at Nomentanus the fast liver, Hermogenus is a tenor in the Champs-Elysees, and round him, Thracius the beggar, clad like Bobeche, takes up a collection; the bore who stops you by the button of your coat in the Tuileries makes you repeat after a lapse of two thousand years Thesprion's apostrophe: Quis properantem me prehendit pallio? The wine on Surene is a parody of the wine of Alba, the red border of Desaugiers forms a balance to the great cutting of Balatro, Pere Lachaise exhales beneath nocturnal rains same gleams as the Esquiliae, and the grave of the poor bought for five years, is certainly the equivalent of the slave's hived coffin.
  64. The play of shine and shade on the trees as the supple boughs wag,.
  1. He was wagging his tail!.
  2. And his tongue wagging sore!.
  3. Max responded by wagging his tail.
  4. Right now the tail was wagging the dog.
  5. Theakston was at his feet wagging his tail.
  6. Once done he returned with his tail wagging.
  7. Tim pulled at the rope too, wagging his tail.
  8. One was wagging his tongue rapidly back and forth.
  9. But we’d better get back before tongues start wagging.
  10. Stu and Spock looked at the wagging tail of their friend.
  11. Kevin taunted them, wagging his butt at them and blowing.
  12. You could hear the happy greeting in the wagging of her tail.
  13. Hiss: The same as wagging the head; to express contempt or to call.
  14. A wagging finger scolded and he hoisted the first box as she braked.
  15. He answered by wagging his tail, scattering fallen leaves on the path.
  16. There were nods of agreement and a sagacious wagging of heads at this.
  17. Mark 15:29-32: And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their.
  18. It was gratifying to see my own wingman right there, wagging his wings.
  19. Matthew 27:39-48 And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their.
  20. He looked askance to find an older Asian lady wagging her finger at him.
  21. Tim bounded up, his tail wagging, pleased to be taken notice of once more.
  22. My damn wolf sat there wagging his tail like a bitch waiting for a treat.
  23. He was greeted immediately by the sound of thumping from the wagging tail.
  24. We looked at each other then noticed Blaze, standing with his tail wagging.
  25. Bread Crumbs started wagging her tail and then bounced off to find more food.
  26. Then, his head wagging, he came near, drew a folded telegram from his pocket.
  27. She released the dog and it bounded inside, sniffing about, wagging its tail.
  28. Could I flame her tongue into wagging? He sneered, but his hands shook.
  29. He showed him into the living room, where Sammy greeted him, wagging his tail.
  30. Her tail was stretched straight and tense, and only wagging at the extreme end.
  31. The fox was sitting right behind him, taunting him by wagging its tail at Kevin.
  32. Mark 15:29-32: And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their heads, and.
  33. Harry, circled him and then took off along the trail, tail wagging furiously the.
  34. I chuckled, again, as I came up the steps and gave some wagging tails some loving.
  35. Matthew 27:39-48 And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their heads, and.
  36. Rowsby Woof was with him, wagging his tail and jumping about in a ridiculous manner.
  37. Al-qaeda reflects wagging global but unconventional was to substitute conventional war.
  38. From what Ben could remember about cats, tail wagging was a sign of anger or excitement.
  39. It was interrupted by her son’s return and Taser standing at her side, wagging his tail.
  40. You wait till you have to start the day every morning with his wagging at you over the bacon.
  41. If I was happy, she was ecstatic, bounding around the place with her tail wagging like crazy.
  42. Looking more closely Pierre recognized the blue-gray dog, sitting beside the soldier, wagging its tail.
  43. You can kick them and kick them, but they’ll still come back to you, cringing and wagging their tails.
  44. In the coming days our forked tongues wouldn’t stop wagging as we discussed how to improve the routine.
  45. As soon as she was on her feet, Mister busied himself round their group, wagging his tail with pleasure.
  46. With that little finger wagging gone, Joey and Lezura decided to use up what was left of their day wisely.
  47. To his surprise the horse perks up and nods excitedly, wagging his tail in a way that doesn't seem possible.
  48. The change is stunning: he’s wagging his tail like a friendly puppy, and even wishes us a pleasant journey.
  49. Instead of the whole thing rolling straight back, it went lopsided, like an excited dog wagging its entire butt.
  50. The dogs (Lyam his pet among them) were lying close by watching what he was doing and gently wagging their tails.
  51. Perhaps that will teach you a lesson, he chided, wagging a finger at Jane as he marched across the farmyard.
  52. They laughed, and turned to the lighthouse, where the old man who was watching them laughed back, wagging a finger.
  53. Then he defeated the mountain bandits, stilled all those wagging tongues, and the old Count abdicated in his favor.
  54. He leapt into the boat as soon as he saw it, and stood at the stern, his red tongue out, his tail wagging violently.
  55. Scumble turned away, bent over and thrust his bum at her, wagging it obscenely, poking his tongue out at the audience.
  56. They all fell silent: the hobbit standing by the grey stone, and the dwarves with wagging beards watching impatiently.
  57. To my surprise, the dog calmed down immediately and sat down next to me, still as a statue except for his wagging tail.
  58. He saw the flame of indignant pride in He was unconsciously wagging his whiskered head in pity and clicking his tongue.
  59. Sadly, he reflected that the neighbours would now have enough scandal to keep their tongues wagging for many a long day.
  60. Palmetto fans were wagging more slowly, and was over and all were content to take their ease while sun was at its height.
  61. She did not capture the same notice as Rhea for she lacked her glamour but kept the gossipy club crowds tongues wagging.
  62. Bring in your friend Mocal, I shall weave such a story for her, that it will have her tongue wagging for a very long time.
  63. In one leap Sig bounded in front of Ashley, wagging his tail and licking her face, hands and arms with his long, rough tongue.
  64. But the doctor did look like a goat with his gray chin whiskers wagging away at a great rate, and with difficulty she stifled a giggle.
  65. Hush trembled with excitement, tail wagging ninety to nothing, imperiling the knees of everyone around them as the woman rubbed her down.
  66. Henry looked up at the ceiling of the pantry and quietly chuckled for a moment before he glanced down at Zoe, who was wagging her finger at him.
  67. And they that passed by reviled him, wagging their heads, And saying, Thou that destroyest the temple, and buildest it in three days, save thyself.
  68. In the midst of them was a cart, a long leiter wagon which swept from side to side, like a dog's tail wagging, with each stern inequality of the road.
  69. I was hot to get out of town and so was Martha, who had her head out the passenger-side window and was already creating quite a breeze with her wagging tail.
  70. And if there were an Invisible Hand, its finger would have been wagging at her; she never should have gotten her own leash tangled with a middle-aged alcoholic’s.
  71. Well my pet, shall we be off home to see what tempting treat there is in here for you? By the wagging of her body against his leg he knew that Sheba understood him.
  72. He gave out that he was interested in history and geography (at which there was much wagging of heads, although neither of these words were much used in the Bree-dialect).
  73. The neighbours were treated to a free rendition of the Afrikaans Haka performed with gargoyle immitations and grotesque tongue wagging, all at ear perforating decibel levels.
  74. I must confess I've had to keep my tongue wagging on your behalf; but now I believe they've agreed, on condition you hand over the printing press and all the papers, of course.
  75. Here they were, helplessly lying in the sand, these big, noble creatures, occasionally stretching and wagging their tail-fins, here and there noisily puffing out their breath!.
  76. However, at the moment Bus 39 pulled into his driveway and he saw his faithful, black furry friend waiting for him, mouth open and tail wagging, he soon forgot about both items.
  77. And there he was, wandering around, a canine form sketched in pale blue light, ghostly tail wagging as he sniffed around not yet realizing he could no longer smell earthly scents.
  78. The wolves slowed their pace as they methodically closed in on her, growling, snarling, licking their fangs and wagging their tails enthusiastically in excitement over their fresh prey.
  79. Such are the views which, with much passionate distortion of his thin features and wagging of his thin, goat-like beard, he poured into our ears all the way from Southampton to Manaos.
  80. Those who passed by blasphemed Him wagging their heads and saying Ha! You who destroy the temple and build it in three days save Yourself! Save Yourself and come down from the cross!.
  81. He patted his thigh, rapping the armor loudly, and Bastion emerged from behind the legs of the nearby soldiers, tail wagging, completely unaware of what he was about to get himself into.
  82. Summerlee was on guard, sitting hunched over our small fire, a quaint, angular figure, his rifle across his knees and his pointed, goat-like beard wagging with each weary nod of his head.
  83. Ben Dollard halted and stared, his loud orifice open, a dangling button of his coat wagging brightbacked from its thread as he wiped away the heavy shraums that clogged his eyes to hear aright.
  84. In his dreams he saw a stove, by the stove his grandfather sitting with his legs dangling down, barefooted, and reading a letter to the cooks, and Viun walking round the stove wagging his tail.
  85. Mark 15:29-32: And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their heads, and saying, ha! You that destroys the temple, and builds it in three days, save yourself, and come down from the cross.
  86. Petra stood and pointed at a convenient stump, wishing for the zillionth time that Zoe would take lessons from their dog, Frosty, who greeted all instructions with lolling tongue and wagging tail.
  87. Then see him of a Sunday with his little concubine of a wife, and she wagging her tail up the aisle of the chapel with her patent boots on her, no less, and her violets, nice as pie, doing the little lady.
  88. Robin’s trusty small black Labrador heard the commotion, too, and came tearing through the house from the kitchen, skidding on the polished wooden floor as he did so, ears back and tail wagging furiously.
  89. Matthew 27:39-48 And they that passed by railed on him, wagging their heads, and saying, You that destroyed the temple, and builds it in three days, save yourself: if you are the Son of God, come down from the cross.
  90. When the men assigned to work came back to the jail, at the cry of "Corporal," he used to run to the great gate and gaily welcome the gang, wagging his tail and looking into every man's eyes, as though he expected a caress.
  91. In his written submission, one of the official project managers stated that Mr Makhanya became the de facto project manager and that it was difficult to exercise control over him, leading to a case of ‘the tail wagging the dog’.
  92. In the middle of the night: you are quite right—it was! said Pavel Pavlovitch, wagging his head assentingly; how in the world could I have brought myself to do such a thing? I shouldn't have come in, though, if you hadn't opened the door.
  93. Those who have inherited great wealth, and have always been used to it, get into the habit of looking upon the mass of mankind as inferiors, and move about with no greater sense of peril than a man has in venturing among a lot of dogs with tails wagging.
  94. Picture him seated upon a rock, his absurd boyish straw hat tilted on the back of his head, his supercilious eyes dominating us from under his drooping lids, his great black beard wagging as he slowly defined our present situation and our future movements.
  95. Old Laska, who had not yet fully digested her delight at his return, and had run out into the yard to bark, came back wagging her tail, and crept up to him, bringing in the scent of fresh air, put her head under his hand, and whined plaintively, asking to be stroked.
  96. And she was not alone; the little schoolgirl dogs were there too, wagging her tails, and also the seagull peg and the cinema usherette with her tray of ice-creams, all drifting in the fog around the girl, all chanting in unison with her, monotonously and insistently.
  97. How stupid she had been to think she could help the Furies! The invisible plastic wrapped itself around her, she held her breath, still focusing on Clifford on her bed, and when she opened her eyes, she found herself standing on her bed looking down at her dog wagging his tail at her.
  98. You say your father insists on your going everywhere with the Cheritons, and the Cheritons will not miss a thing; but, after all isn't it rather weak to let yourself be led round by the nose if your nose doesn't like it? It is as though instead of a dog wagging its tail the tail should wag the dog.
  99. Already, however, the legal tongues are wagging, and one young law student is loudly asserting that the rights of the owner are already completely sacrificed, his property being held in contravention of the statues of mortmain, since the tiller, as emblemship, if not proof, of delegated possession, is held in a dead hand.
  100. Stubbins opened her mouth as if to rebut Mandy's observations, but being without any other ammunition than her own myopic prejudice, ignorance, and baseless claims to superiority, snapped her jaw tight, turned on her heel and waddled back to her store, wagging her head as if in heated abuse of some mutton-headed underling.
  1. The dog wagged his tail.
  2. The old man wagged his head.
  3. He panted and wagged his tail.
  4. He barked and wagged his tail.
  5. He wagged his finger at Anubis.
  6. She nodded and wagged her finger.
  7. Dublin wagged his head and snorted.
  8. Nurse wagged her head side to side.
  9. Huh?' Doc wagged his head impishly.
  10. He wagged his confined finger at her.
  11. And she wagged her head expressively.
  12. The attorney’s head wagged violently.
  13. He wagged his tail, happy in the hunt.
  14. He wagged a finger at Edmund and Caris.
  15. Nell wagged her head and rolled her eyes.
  16. Smitty’s head again wagged side to side.
  17. Max lazily looked up and wagged his tail.
  18. He wagged his tail and took another drink.
  19. James wagged his head in a silent negative.
  20. Graisse wagged his thick-furred, stumpy tail.
  21. Cliff wagged his tail to get the ball rolling.
  22. He wagged his tail happily and joined in the.
  23. Theakston walked towards her and wagged his tail.
  24. She wagged her finger at us to follow her and said.
  25. Sparky wagged his tail and licked Tina on the cheek.
  26. Lobo! He wagged his tail and bounded over to meet me.
  27. Martha wagged her tail and barked until I let her out.
  28. Walt wagged his finger as if he’d just had a thought.
  29. He whined as he saw Michael and wagged his broken tail.
  30. His Beagle wagged his tail then turned his head to get a.
  31. Prissy’s mouth fell open and her tongue wagged wordlessly.
  32. It rubbed itself against Jilin’s legs and wagged its tail.
  33. She bent to pat him, and he wagged joyfully, licking her hands.
  34. Ulashin recognized him, wagged his tail and ceased his growling.
  35. Samual, His tongue lol ing out of his mouth as he wagged his tail.
  36. As the buffalos grazed, their tails and ears wagged and twitched.
  37. Clastaan gritted his many sharp teeth and wagged a finger at S’us.
  38. Clifford sat back down on his haunches and wagged his stub of a tail.
  39. The old prince looked at Rostopchin with a smile and wagged his head.
  40. He wagged his bushy tail so hard that his body waved with tangled fur.
  41. I wouldn’t try that, Tseng wagged his finger, unflinching with.
  42. Siri called him again, but he simply wagged his tail and didn’t move.
  43. Shadow stood quietly at Dave’s side and wagged his tail, while his nose was.
  44. Her tail wagged as she saw the brown paper bag being handed to her new master.
  45. His tongue hung happily from his mouth as the stubby tail wagged back and forth.
  46. The old prince looked at Rostopchín with a smile and wagged his head approvingly.
  47. The animal snorted and actually wagged his tail as he ate the juicy apple from my hand.
  48. They barked their hellos and wagged their tails, and the kids climbed out of the truck.
  49. He lowered his face to the ground, and, butt still held high, wagged his tail furiously.
  50. Mitch wagged his head and pinched the bridge of his nose between his thumb and forefinger.
  51. In another ten minutes, he rolled up to his feet, wagged his stubby tail, and licked her face.
  52. He even wagged his finger at her and she gave a small flinch and glanced at me standing there.
  53. Tom wagged his head up and down, and there was a glint in his eyes when he heard of the Riders.
  54. Ajax and Hoover wagged their tails, but instantly pulled them in after they had a sniff at her.
  55. Smith was glad; he knew how tongues wagged in this place, it was worse than being back at school.
  56. When Jeff set Ashley on the bed, Graisse’s tail wagged violently as he licked and pawed at her legs.
  57. The girls’ faces turned to her, startled and questioning, and Gerald wagged his head philosophically.
  58. When I was done I ran a glass of water from the tap and she simply turned to me and wagged her finger.
  59. When it didn’t happen, I wagged a finger between me and Mike, a sense of foreboding washing over me.
  60. He was gentleness itself, and while I wagged my head at him he stood there more than ever a little fairy prince.
  61. Except in Science, which was our first lesson, Ms Courtney came in and asked to see Matthews, but he’d wagged.
  62. Búlka rushed there where Milton was, and Milton looked at me and wagged his tail and went back to the right trail.
  63. Gold wagged his finger at me and with an authoritative tone said, You took caca and you threw it on something good.
  64. When I patted him on the back he remained motionless, looked at me with a pleased expression, and gently wagged his tail.
  65. Smitty wagged his head slowly, like a precocious little brother being sent home to mommy when the big boys wanted to play.
  66. But anyway, one thing is proved—THESE two ain't either of 'em Wilkses—and he wagged his head towards the king and the duke.
  67. Nimrod ran to him like a dog taken notice of by his master: if he had possessed a tail, it is probable that he would have wagged it.
  68. I caressed him, and he wagged his great tail; but he looked an eerie creature to be alone with, and I could not tell whence he had come.
  69. As—one by one—each animal was filled with Light from inside out, it wagged its tail, barked playfully, then slowly faded out of view.
  70. The waitress wagged a detrimental finger at her mess, indicating that she should clear it up from her clean counter before she would be served.
  71. He began to strap his pouch to his waist, when he heard Greg ask, You have the cash? Thinking the question was directed at him, he wagged his head.
  72. Should we stay the night, Charley? He inspected me and wagged his tail as a professor wags a pencil—once to the left, once to the right, and return to center.
  73. He shook with a violent spasm, coughed—his tongue wagged limply out of his mouth like a tar-covered snail—and regurgitated the same wooden flute that Eany had used.
  74. You can’t keep out of trouble, can you? Martha turned her melting brown eyes on me, wagged her tail, then resumed her surveillance of the boulder-sculpted highway.
  75. A friendly dog lay among croquet hoops on the lawn, a pleasant, silent dog, who wagged his tail when I came round the corner and saw no reason why he should bark and sniff.
  76. Tell your boyfriend Sal this here is from Mike – with love, he said with a smirk, glancing for approval to his buddies as he lowered his trousers and wagged his penis.
  77. Your dog is quicker to recognise his friends than you are, sir; he pricked his ears and wagged his tail when I was at the bottom of the field, and you have your back towards me now.
  78. My first impulse was to try and move him onto his mattress, but as I tried to lever his battered body towards the mattress he simply groaned again, moved his hand to cup mine, and then wagged a finger under my nose.
  79. Many persons were shocked at the time and wagged their heads as they talked over it—and most of all Father Ferapont, to whom some of the censorious had hastened to report this extraordinary counsel on the part of the elder.
  80. Are you going to kill me to make a point? With head and hands waving just above the deluge of cans, sacks, packages, petkea put-togethers and a constant onslaught of crap, Ralf wagged his gun at Doguru, as the pig went squealing by.
  81. As soon as Bubba closed the gate, he whistled twice and an obviously disappointed Fanny slunk around the corner of the doghouse, ears down, tail drooping with its wagged greeting barely discernible; piercing eyes followed the two strangers like radar.
  82. They went in troops to the hotel to view the poor old body, and there they wagged their heads wisely and ended by passing severe judgment upon the murderers of the unfortunate Prince,—meaning thereby, of course, Maria Alexandrovna and her daughter.
  83. Was it possible that at last she was wanted, at last she could help some one? He wanted her, he, Ingram, of all people in the world; and only a few weeks ago she had been going about Kökensee so completely unwanted that if a dog wagged its tail at her she had been glad.
  84. At first he had wagged his head and wondered how it was that the children understood what I told them so well, and could not learn from him; and he laughed like anything when I replied that neither he nor I could teach them very much, but that they might teach us a good deal.
  85. He wagged his tail and tried hard to lick first one and then another of the children, but for once in a way not one of them paid any attention to him! He simply couldn't understand it, and after a while he went and sat down by himself with his back to the children, and his ears down.
  86. For an instant he held his ear to the door, listening, then winked triumphantly across the passage to the landlady, who shook her finger and wagged her head at him, as though to say, " Och, naughty man, naughty man ! " Firall}' with an air of resolute, even of shrinking delicacy, he knocked with his knuckles at the door.
  87. A prevalent feature in these compositions was a nursed and petted melancholy; another was a wasteful and opulent gush of "fine language"; another was a tendency to lug in by the ears particularly prized words and phrases until they were worn entirely out; and a peculiarity that conspicuously marked and marred them was the inveterate and intolerable sermon that wagged its crippled tail at the end of each and every one of them.
  88. And you, she wagged her finger at Feltus,.
  89. Jasper snorted and wagged his head as though to say: Oh,.
  90. And wise old Archie only wagged his head and answered, Odd zooks,.
  1. The club is called Wags.
  2. And that's how the world wags, sir.
  3. She wags that apple ass of hers under your nose.
  4. Several quick wags of his tail seemed to answer, yes.
  5. Viun deferentially refuses to sniff and wags his tail.
  6. The tail is chrome and slowly wags back and forth as it walks.
  7. And so time wags on: but father Cronion has dealt lightly here.
  8. Equally delighted, Anup wags his tail and lets out several yips.
  9. Wafers tiny tail wags frantically back and forth when you return.
  10. Pardon my mentor, he often wags his tongue when he should be biting it.
  11. Some wags have referred to optimizers as error maximizers for just this reason.
  12. It wags its tail, cringes, jumps about, presses its ears down, and madly rushes about in a circle.
  13. Bloom of Crawford's journal sitting snug with a covey of wags, likely brangling fellows, Dixon jun.
  14. He looks at the picture in my hand, and then, with a very odd expression on his face he wags his finger at me.
  15. Eighteen months after the murder, I was accepted into the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, what some wags call the b.
  16. In her arms, a white poodle, groomed to perfection, seems to recognize the thin man, wags its tail and attempts to leap from the woman’s arms towards him.
  17. There are people who will have influence at any price, and who will have other people busy themselves over them; when they cannot be oracles, they turn wags.
  18. Should we stay the night, Charley? He inspected me and wagged his tail as a professor wags a pencil—once to the left, once to the right, and return to center.
  19. She was bubbling over with excitement and Murray’s heart went out to her, he grabbed her around the waist and gave her a long lingering kiss, two wags in the bar began whistling and hooting, Murray was totally oblivious to the whistles and cat calls as they headed for the lift.
  20. Arkadyevitch the state of excitement in which he found himself, he said that he was happy like a dog being trained to jump through a hoop, who, having at last caught the idea, and done what was required of him, whines and wags its tail, and jumps up to the table and the windows in its delight.
  21. Stopping outside the house, I collect the post from the box on the wall and, as Sam wags her way round my legs, I finger through the half dozen letters … two offering me credit cards I don’t want, something addressed to ‘The occupier’, a bank statement, an electricity bill and a consumer survey.
  22. A year—two years went by, and Mordasof had quite forgotten Maria Alexandrovna, or nearly so! Alas! so wags the world! It was said that she had bought another estate, and had moved over to some other provincial capital; where, of course, she had everybody under her thumb; that Zina was not yet married; and that Afanassy Matveyevitch—but why repeat all this nonsense? None of it was true; it was but rumour!——.

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