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    1. There were no fights, no disagreements, nor was there any petulant posturing, but nonetheless, during their long dawn conversations they became aware of a doubt nagging away at them beneath their true, true love

    2. snarled petulant hissing protests at the squall, in

    3. hall like a frustrated, petulant child

    4. ’ Torbin was aware of how petulant his voice must have seemed

    5. ‘I understand that perfectly well: we’re on the back foot,’ he said, sounding more petulant than he intended

    6. He looked moody and petulant and realised how dark his features were

    7. Carol, who was thin and lovely and small and petulant, married someone strong and gentle

    8. She had not answered Bubba's petulant questions

    9. My petulant attitude was my undoing

    10. Both of their young faces were completely void of emotions and they stared at the Sheriff with the dull petulant eyes of serpents

    11. A petulant little prince child, with his chest and lips puffed out

    12. Stainwright reappeared with the petulant sigh of a bored teenager

    13. Mr Ronnie Hancock (Blyth Valley): Mr Speaker, that is indeed welcome news, and it is to be hoped that the perpetrators of that rather stupid and petulant bombing of one of London's most popular tourist attractions can at last be brought to justice

    14. “ Desiree’, don’t be petulant or impatient

    15. laughed aloud at the sound of her own petulant voice

    16. “I don’t want to play the petulant Princess, but with

    17. ” I said before I started to lean down and kiss her, but the petulant look she gave me stopped me

    18. ” I said in a feeling of guilty, because I had to admit that it pleased me in a petulant way that people were connected that way

    19. " If she had even said Ì hate you' in a petulant or coquettish tone, he would have laughed and rather liked it, but the grave, almost sad, accent in her voice made him open his eyes, and ask quickly

    20. It would be the worse for us if our petulant prayers were answered

    21. Heretofore, the mother, while loving her child with the intensity of a sole affection, had schooled herself to hope for little other return than the waywardness of an April breeze; which spends its time in airy sport, and has its gusts of inexplicable passion, and is petulant in its best of moods, and chills oftener than caresses you, when you take it to your bosom; in requital of which misdemeanors, it will sometimes, of its own vague purpose, kiss your cheek with a kind of doubtful tenderness, and play gently with your hair, and then be gone about its other idle business, leaving a dreamy pleasure at your heart

    22. They had been peaceable at first, offering to go as far away as the Council wished: but when it had become plain that their request was not going to be granted on any terms, they had become first petulant and then aggressive and the Council had had to take strong measures

    23. She drank until Prissy’s petulant: “Well, Ah’s thusty, too, Miss Scarlett,” made her recall the needs of the others

    24. We walked round the house; under the limes Julia paused and idly snapped off one of the long shoots, last year's growth, that fringed their boles, and stripped it as she walked, making a switch, as children do, but with petulant movements that were not a child's, snatching nervously at the leaves and crumbling them between her fingers; she began peeling the bark, scratching it with her nails

    25. Even at baseball games, we parked by the exit and left at the eighth inning, me and Go a predictable set of mustard-smeared whines, petulant and sun-fevered: We never get to see the end

    26. She tapped her foot impatiently, waiting for the doors to shut, then snapped at me, “Why don’t you hit close?” I flashed her the smile I give petulant women, the lighten-up smile, the one Amy called the “beloved Nicky grin,” and then the woman recognized me

    27. In my more petulant moods, I sometimes wondered if she only kept me around to provide for our child

    28. I set the extinguisher on the flame, receiving as I did so a slap on my hand and a petulant ‘cross thing!’ I then quitted her again, and she drew the bolt in one of her worst, most peevish humours

    29. Muley’s face was smooth and unwrinkled, but it wore the truculent look of a bad child’s, the mouth held tight and small, the little eyes half scowling, half petulant

    30. "Your Excellency, don't trouble yourself with my petulant complaint, and only give orders for my books and letters to be restored to me

    31. Used to little petulant exhibitions of temper whose pricks he had felt with no serious wound, tired out and rendered indifferent by the unremitting brain and nerve tension of his life, Warrener yielded passively, and, going into the other room with a sigh of fatigue, sought his deserted bed

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