- And what a cunning hat!
- That is, nothing except the cunning of their brains and strength of their hands.
- But some people, like Ashley, have neither cunning nor strength or, having them, scruple to use them.
- Gumboes and shrimp Creole, doves in wine and oysters in crumbly patties full of creamy sauce, mushrooms and sweetbreads and turkey livers, fish baked cunningly in oiled paper and limes.
- I don’t like to say," and Rhett shot a look of drunken cunning at Melanie.
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- She came up with a cunning scheme to cheat him.
- The worst mix — greedy, cunning, and without morals.
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