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  1. His sinewy body pressed me closer to the well.
  2. Her neck, arms, and face were sinewy like a peasant's.
  3. They're even more mangy and sinewy than starved hairlesses.
  4. Carter stretched out his sinewy leg, side swiped the wheel of.
  5. His swarthy baldness complemented a sinewy pair of tanned arms.
  6. A white man, no matter how courageous and sinewy, would have been prone.
  7. She had touched all those sinewy strong muscles, and they had touched her.
  8. She shuddered and stifled a scream with a tender ridge of sinewy shoulder muscle.
  9. His thin, sinewy body bent over me, and I looked deep into his calm, black-blue eyes.
  10. In the early morning with the moon now slanting toward the western sky, a dark sinewy.
  11. Nipping at his legs, they sank their teeth into his sinewy shins, anchoring him in position.
  12. He looped a sinewy arm around her shoulder for a moment, until she appeared to be more steady.
  13. He stared out the window as the sheer curtains fluttered inward on the sinewy breath of the evil night.
  14. His sinewy muscles flexed suddenly and there was a flash of sunlight across his makeshift harpoon blade.
  15. His sleeves were rolled up and his sinewy, hairy, red hands with their short fingers deftly turned the ramrod.
  16. In the hut an old woman was standing by the stove, with the sleeves rolled up over her thin, sinewy brown arms.
  17. They were young men, but hard and sinewy, with a bearing that comes only to men rendered desperate by adversity.
  18. In their sunburnt, sinewy, weak hands, bared above the elbows, they carried a bucket of paint and incessantly cursed each other.
  19. In the stories after the war, all the resistance heroes were dashing, sinewy types who could construct machine guns from paper clips.
  20. His face was bent downward, his shoulders bowed, his lips compressed, and the veins stood out like whipcord in his long, sinewy neck.
  21. The policeman began, with his thick, trembling fingers, clumsily to untie the tapes that fastened the shirt round the red, sinewy neck.
  22. She was about two inches taller than me, so I put her height at about five foot seven, and was all curves but moved with a sinewy grace.
  23. Insight not already present in Saint Zherneau’s journal? Maikel Staynair asked, his sinewy hands folded on the table in front of him.
  24. And then I bit him, my teeth slicing through layers of smoky skin and sinewy muscle, and down to that big artery with the name I always forgot.
  25. In the soft darkness he stretched himself fully clad on the couch, his sinewy hand by instinct searching for and closing on the hilt of his broadsword.
  26. Trembling, she raised herself in the bed and taking the Decurio's large, sinewy hands within her own, she murmured: "Be merciful! O hear my prayer, and kill me!".
  27. Here a little association is working at the mowing; three peasants,—one an old man, the second his nephew, a young married man, and a shoemaker, a thin, sinewy man.
  28. In the hut there was a girl in a felt hat and short fur coat, sinewy, and with an ugly and unpleasant face, relieved, however, by her pleasant eyes and raised eyebrows.
  29. The Job she saw so often was just as she remembered him after the divorce, an agile, sinewy, small man in the very prime of life, and she tried hard to imagine the change.
  30. In the early morning with the moon now slanting toward the western sky, a dark sinewy shadow snaked across their path, sparkles of reflected moonlight dappled its darkness.
  31. Jumping his shorter adversary the leathery bull rammed his good horn into the boar‘s shoulder and began to push, his lean sinewy shoulders straining like the tow rope on a tugboat.
  32. Her frame grew even thinner than it's normal sinewy condition, her hair began to grey, (although she was still a comparatively young woman), and her features became gaunt and hollowed.
  33. Understand? The man had a wish-boned stance, like gravity was pulling him toward the ground by both legs, but his hands were muscled, sinewy, and they pressed into Trey’s shoulder.
  34. I was determined to remain present as I read, but was obliged to reread the second sentence of the first paragraph, a spiraling length of words journeying east on the tail of sinewy clouds.
  35. The sleeve of his coat kept slipping down and he always carefully rolled it up again with his left hand, as if it were most important that the sinewy white arm he was flourishing should be bare.
  36. The motion of the small foot shod in a Tartar boot embroidered with silver, and the firm pressure of the lean sinewy hand, showed that the prince still possessed the tenacious endurance and vigor of hardy old age.
  37. The mute beggar crouched in the courtyard, and there was none to see that the hands which held the severed head were quivering strongly—brown, sinewy hands, strangely incongruous with the bent body and filthy tatters.
  38. As Valerius started to follow Taramis across the square towards the palace, through a lane opened by the wildly cheering multitude, he felt a soft hand slipped timidly into his sinewy fingers and turned to receive the slender body of Ivga in his arms.
  39. He pulls off his sheepskin coat, drops his waistcoat and his shirt, and with prominent ribs, trembling and reeking with the odors of liquor, tobacco, and sweat, steps barefooted into the office, wondering what he shall do with his large sinewy hands.
  40. The combination was salty and sinewy, and she could not wait to replace it with roast pork, duck and beef! Her mouth watered as she pictured mashed potatoes, wine and candles and wondered how she was going to explain herself to her family, her friends and Ahndray.
  41. I had stopped to look at the house as I passed; and its seared red brick walls, blocked windows, and strong green ivy clasping even the stacks of chimneys with its twigs and tendons, as if with sinewy old arms, had made up a rich attractive mystery, of which I was the hero.
  42. At length one whose hair was beginning to be sprinkled with gray, but whose sinewy limbs and firm tread announced that he was still equal to the duties of manhood, advanced out of the gloom of a corner, whither he had probably posted himself to make his observations unseen, and spoke.
  43. The black, hairy, snub-nosed face of Vaska Denisov, and his whole short sturdy figure with the sinewy hairy hand and stumpy fingers in which he held the hilt of his naked saber, looked just as it usually did, especially toward evening when he had emptied his second bottle; he was only redder than usual.
  44. The black, hairy, snub-nosed face of Váska Denísov, and his whole short sturdy figure with the sinewy hairy hand and stumpy fingers in which he held the hilt of his naked saber, looked just as it usually did, especially toward evening when he had emptied his second bottle; he was only redder than usual.
  45. He is lean and sinewy with muscular legs,.
  46. We the youthful sinewy races, all the rest on us depend,.
  47. His right hand (which seemed to me somewhat hairy and sinewy, a sign of great strength in its owner) lay on the side of his heart; but before I could put any question to Montesinos, he, seeing me gazing at the tomb in amazement, said to me,.

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