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Anna Karenina
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  • Gray old Laska, who had followed them, sat down warily opposite him and pricked up her ears.
  • And, looking at his strong, agile, assiduously careful and needlessly wary movements, the mother felt her mind at rest, and smiled gaily and approvingly as she watched him.
  • Levin knew Laska’s method, wary and indefinite; he knew the place too and expected a whole covey of snipe.
  • One ear had been turned wrong side out as she ran up, and she breathed heavily but warily, and still more warily looked round, but more with her eyes than her head, to her master.
  • One ear had been turned wrong side out as she ran up, and she breathed heavily but warily, and still more warily looked round, but more with her eyes than her head, to her master.
  • "I tell you what," said Anna, who had for a long while been exchanging wary glances with Vronsky, and knew that he was not in the least interested in the education of this artist, but was simply absorbed by the idea of assisting him, and ordering a portrait of him; "I tell you what," she said, resolutely interrupting Golenishtchev, who was still talking away, "let’s go and see him!"

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  • She was taught to be wary of strangers.
  • She looked wary as she reached out to pet her friend’s new dog.

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