Mr. Krook therefore drives her out before him, and she goes furtively downstairs, winding her lithe tail and licking her lips.
As he retraces his way to the point from which he descried the woman at a distance sitting on the step, he sees a ragged figure coming very cautiously along, crouching close to the soiled walls—which the wretchedest figure might as well avoid—and furtively thrusting a hand before it.
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She watched me in a furtive manner—trying to hide her interest.
Later she said she was just trying to figure out whose phone it was, but she looked around furtively before she began reading my text messages.