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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Sophie’s eyes were wary.
  • In the cool night breeze coming through the open doors, Teabing turned back to Sophie and Langdon, his expression still wary.
  • Sophie looked wary.
  • And yet he felt a sudden and unexpected wariness.
  • Edwards joined the Kent chief inspector, who moved warily toward the hatch.
  • Standing with the docent, Langdon had been scanning the chapel walls and feeling a rising wariness that a dead end might be looming.
  • Robert felt wary and didn’t move.
  • Sophie looked wary.
  • He slipped the cryptex back in his pocket and watched warily as the visitors went to a nearby table, left a donation in the cup, and restocked on the complimentary grave-rubbing supplies set out by the abbey.
  • Saunière’s response was startled but wary.

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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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