In the parlors he was unctuously received by the pastor and a committee of three, wearing morning clothes and a manner of Christian intellectuality.
Rippleton Holabird was the most unctuous of the office seekers, and the most hungry.
As a matter of routine, certainly not as a thing connected with the deaths from what the skipper had called influenza, the crew of the Pendown Castle put rat-shields on the mooring hawsers, but they did not take up the gang-plank at night, and now and then a rat slithered ashore to find among its kin in Blackwater more unctuous fare than hardwood lumber.
He who had never been unctuous was profuse and hearty as he urged her, "Been home all day?
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But she kept her attention on me, unctuously gesturing, and even as he leaned and bucked into her she held out her open hand to me, as if I should take it when I crept my way inside.
Chang-rae Lee -- A Gesture Life
He made no effort to be civil, or his normal unctuous, ingratiating self.