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  • Pedro dropped Tita's arm and turned his head furtively to see who it was.   (source)
    furtively = nervously
  • Arya glanced furtively across the room, worried that Septa Mordane might have read her thoughts, but the septa was paying her no attention today.   (source)
  • For a moment his movements were almost furtive.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • She looked around furtively like she was delivering nuclear materials.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • He stares so long I find myself casting furtive glances at the one-way glass, hoping for some direction from Haymitch, but...   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He could discern furtive movements in the shadows.   (source)
  • He was thinking about ...about... Danny looked furtively behind him at the kitchen window. Sometimes thinking very hard made something happen to him.   (source)
    furtively = nervously
  • they grew furtive as they approached, as if intending to sneak up on the girls.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He stuffed as many of them as he could under his shirt, then hurried back to the street and furtively closed the door.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed; or in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • ...and when my mother was out or not looking, turned the dolls in the living room to face the wall.
    "There's something unsettling about all this staring," he explained sheepishly when I caught him one night, crouched by the magazine basket, furtively rearranging the dolls.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • Although I hated myself when I did it, I couldn't help but sneak furtive peeks at her every chance I got.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • I was just packing the tools in my workshop when there was a knock on the front door, a very soft, almost furtive knock.   (source)
    furtive = in a manner indicating nervousness (cautious, probably hoping not to be noticed by many people)
  • She eyed him. "You're avoiding Alec and Isabelle."
    He nodded. "Both of them are trying to pick fights with me."
    "For the same reason?"
    "I couldn't tell." He glanced furtively up and down the hallway.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • Indeed, once, shortly after lunch, I recall I came upon the two gentlemen talking rather furtively just inside the library doorway, and it was my distinct impression they broke off their discussion upon my approach.   (source)
    furtively = in a suspicious manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • People visited the ruins only by day, riff-raff from outside the city furtively slinking about with shovels over their shoulders, scattering through the cellars in search of loot.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • a way of hiding from the youth, a furtiveness of person and motives that no eye could penetrate.   (source)
    furtiveness = a disposition to be stealthy (taking pains to avoid being observed)
  • After several seconds, I furtively glanced around.   (source)
    furtively = nervously (hoping not to be seen)
  • He could go to jail and not feel imprisoned, for he had already seen the furtiveness in the eyes of his jailer, free to say, "No, suh," and smile, for he had already killed three white men.   (source)
    furtiveness = nervousness
  • "No go," he announced, with a furtive casualness that made Perry suspicious.   (source)
    furtive = suspicious (perhaps hiding something)
  • There was chatter--it sounded like a furtive conversation--coming from the room directly below him.   (source)
    furtive = secret (in hushed voices so as not to be overheard)
  • Grady looks around furtively.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • RUTH: (Studying her mother-in-law furtively and...)   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • At first she spoke only in furtive whispers, but slowly she began to reengage with people around her.   (source)
    furtive = nervous
  • Strange furtive noises ran among the bushes and reeds on either side of them;   (source)
    furtive = as though taking pains to avoid being observed
  • At sundown we scuttle into our holes like furtive creatures.   (source)
    furtive = nervous about being seen
  • "Yeah, I know," he says, looking up furtively, wondering if anyone can decipher what his mom's talking to him about.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner (as though hoping not to be seen)
  • The car roared and swayed, pressing me hard against her, but when I took a furtive glance around no one was paying me the slightest attention.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • I would see an uncle or two sneak a nip from a bottle hidden under the seat, but they did it furtively, almost ashamedly.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • I buy apples and bananas in the cafeteria and eat them furtively in my room.   (source)
  • He also had to do it furtively, afraid that his father or mother might see him.   (source)
  • Max glanced back for the furtive movements of a mouse or the faint flutter of a moth but saw nothing.   (source)
    furtive = quiet (taking pains to avoid being noticed)
  • Furtively ALAN enters the square from the top end,   (source)
    furtively = in a manner indicating nervousness
  • ...and my mind, furtively touching the edges of realisation, then fleeing from it in terror.   (source)
    furtively = nervously
  • You could only get hold of them, if at all, by scrounging more or less furtively on the 'free' market.   (source)
    furtively = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • A soft furtive footfall...   (source)
    furtive = quietly cautious
  • With eyes for the most part downcast and, if ever they lighted on a fellow creature, at once and furtively averted, Bernard hastened across the roof.   (source)
    furtively = taking pains to avoid being noticed
  • Then from the corner of the house came a sound so soft that it might have been simply a thought, a little furtive movement, a touch of a foot on earth, the almost inaudible purr of controlled breathing.   (source)
    furtive = stealthy (taking pains to avoid being observed)
  • They have dysentery; furtively many of them display the blood-stained tails of their shirts.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • [He has removed a pink capsule from his pocket, quickly and furtively, and drunk it down with his vodka.]   (source)
  • I tried to cram the box furtively into my pocket, but I saw him glance at my hand in surprise.   (source)
    furtively = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • Only at nightfall did he venture forth to make some small purchases, and on leaving the shop he would furtively roam the darker, less-frequented streets.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • She drew down the corners of her mouth, smiled, and glanced furtively around, her eyes in transit falling for an instant on Dexter.   (source)
    furtively = nervously
  • ...with that air which had nothing whatever of furtiveness in it nor even defiance,   (source)
    furtiveness = discomfort at hiding something
  • He shifted uneasily, and took a quick furtive look at the sky   (source)
    furtive = in a manner indicating nervousness
  • It was a strange thing that the patient had humour enough to see their distrust, for, coming close to me, he said in a whisper, all the while looking furtively at them, "They think I could hurt you!"   (source)
    furtively = in a secretive manner
  • I looked furtively behind me once, awed by the silent bushes, dark and lonely, changing shape in the flicker of the firelight.   (source)
    furtively = nervously
  • He knew that the crowd was furtively glancing at him,   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • Nevertheless, I stole furtive glances behind me now and then to see that no avenging mate, older and bigger than my quarry, was racing up from the rear.   (source)
    furtive = nervous
  • Diana preserved a discreet silence, but she and Anne exchanged furtive smiles of guilty amusement across the table.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He looked round him with a furtive and stealthy air, as one who dreads pursuit.   (source)
    furtive = cautious
  • He no longer sprawled and straddled, and already he was developing the gait of his mother, slinking and furtive, apparently without exertion, yet sliding along with a swiftness that was as deceptive as it was imperceptible.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • Leonard, though furtive, was untidy, and left it lying about.   (source)
    furtive = secretive (takes pains to avoid being observed)
  • He had hid under the dead horse for a long time, peeping out furtively across the common.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • Silver leant back against the wall, his arms crossed, his pipe in the corner of his mouth, as calm as though he had been in church; yet his eye kept wandering furtively   (source)
    furtively = cautiously or suspiciously
  • He cast furtive glances at his mother.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He worshipped this new angel with furtive eye, till he saw that she had discovered him;   (source)
    furtive = an attempt to avoid notice
  • ...asked the man, in a furtive, frightened way.   (source)
    furtive = cautious
  • Furtive snacks, furtive treats and picnics.†   (source)
  • August was silent for a moment as he furtively wiped tears from his eyes.†   (source)
  • Fingers of water reached up furtively through the cracks and wet my bottom.†   (source)
  • Peter, Drew, and Molly cast furtive looks in our direction and then pull their heads together, whispering.†   (source)
  • I showed Nathan the next morning, the two of us stooping furtively over our coffees in the kitchen as if we were doing something properly clandestine.†   (source)
  • But he bounced it rather badly and with no particular rhythm, sometimes dropping it and running after it with awkward, furtive leaps, sometimes throwing it up into the air and trying to catch it.†   (source)
  • My dad stiffened, glancing furtively toward the door.†   (source)
  • Once or twice she had seen the father furtively slip the child an extra morsel from his plate, but he was plainly too spineless to stand up for her against his shrew of a wife.†   (source)
  • Andy—sucking furtively at the side of his thumb—gave a one-shouldered shrug as she spun out of the room.†   (source)
  • Oma put three cups of tea on the table and then acted something out, her head drawn back into her shoulders, making herself furtive.†   (source)
  • Here and there furtive forms picked their way among the dead, and near the opposite tree line a lively group of heralds, both French and English, met in conclave with much pointing and animated conversation.†   (source)
  • I could see a few of the other kids in class eyeing me furtively.†   (source)
  • Again there was a furtive knock at the side door.†   (source)
  • They seemed to be trying to, but Harriet kept wriggling sideways to scratch furtively at a place on her arm along the seam of the sleeve.†   (source)
  • She was a tall gawky furtive woman who blushed when someone said something funny.†   (source)
  • In the dawns of his furtive hunting, Florentino Ariza would see them coming out of five o'clock Mass, shrouded in black and with the raven of destiny on their shoulder.†   (source)
  • The tension th& wracked Clarke's body whenever Wells came near had disappeared, and instead of shooting wounded, furtive looks at Clarke when her head was turned, Wells was staring placidly into the fire, a content look on his face.†   (source)
  • It was customary for a home that had suffered a bereavement to be filled with relatives and well-wishers for many days, but this practice was presently circumscribed by the dangers involved in making a journey in the city, and while people did come to see Saeed's father and Saeed, most came furtively, and could not stay long.†   (source)
  • She studied him furtively as he read through her casebook.†   (source)
  • Days or weeks or months might pass—or even years—before, once again, furtively, in an empty locker room, on an empty stairway or a roof, in the shadow of a wall in the park, in a parked car, or in the furnished room of an absent friend, they surrendered to the hands, to the stroking and fondling and kissing of the despised and anonymous sex.†   (source)
  • A flicker of furtive movement in the shadows catches my attention, and the hair on my nape rises.†   (source)
  • There was something furtive and hesitant about him and Hazel glanced at him sharply, wondering for a moment whether he could have sickness or poison on him.†   (source)
  • I sat there, peeking furtively at him from my desk.†   (source)
  • She wiped her eyes furtively.†   (source)
  • Dodge gave Tyler's leg a furtive glance as he came over to take his hand.†   (source)
  • "I'm afraid we cannot divulge any of the secrets of our Order," Felicity says, giving me a furtive glance.†   (source)
  • "Spare me your furtiveness," said a clipped, slightly irritated voice from behind the door.†   (source)
  • She also had hallucinations, imagining that they were walking down the halls on tiptoe—tiny, cunning, furtive gnomes.†   (source)
  • 'Please find out from Corporal Snark if he put laundry soap in the sweet potatoes again,' he requested furtively.†   (source)
  • "Faithful" husbands were oh-so-careful and furtive with their looks.†   (source)
  • Eight technicians milled in the lab below, talking, stealing furtive glances up at the window behind which he sat.†   (source)
  • He surveyed his audience, noting that all eight kept glancing furtively at one another.†   (source)
  • The room was now aware of Lorraine's presence, and there were soft murmurs from the corners, accompanied by furtive glances while a few like Sophie stared at her openly.†   (source)
  • But every other aspect of their protection is furtive.†   (source)
  • The way they stare, the way they hide, the way their furtive, dirty faces peer at us with burning curiosity brings to mind the hated word: monkey.†   (source)
  • And nobody attached significance to the fact that the stock of Taggart Transcontinental was rising on the market, very slowly, almost furtively.†   (source)
  • Furtive glances through the crowd.†   (source)
  • I've got to go," the girl said furtively, glancing over her shoulder.†   (source)
  • I believe it was so she couldn't see my uniform or the shine of my boots or even my face; I realized that she was trying to pretend we were other people, somewhere else, with the most ordinary reasons for keeping such furtive company, just our whispering voices apparent to the night air.†   (source)
  • LUCIANA WAS asleep in her bed as Alessandro passed furtively through the opening in the wall and ran for the Villa Sciarra.†   (source)
  • "He has a furtive look," she had said.†   (source)
  • None of the furtive shabby manoeuvres of a younger son.†   (source)
  • The Jordanian blew on the tea furtively before raising the mug to his lips.†   (source)
  • She forced her hands to hunt out eyes, furtive somewhere in the hair, but could not find any.†   (source)
  • That mustached gentleman looking rather furtively from the door.†   (source)
  • He gave me a furtive look.†   (source)
  • At the bathroom door he paused, scowling; then, furtively, he went on to the head of the stairs.†   (source)
  • Furtive boys in pink shirts hanging about on washday after school.†   (source)
  • DUDARD: [getting angry] At any rate, Mr. Botard, I'm not in the pay of any furtive underground organization.†   (source)
  • He adds, unable to conceal an almost furtive uneasiness.†   (source)
  • CROMWELL walks aside with furtive and urgent beckonings to STEWARD to follow.†   (source)
  • In her childhood she had been forbidden to walk out alone, and when she had asked why, she had been told in the furtive, lowered, but matter-of-fact voice she associated with her mother, that they were nasty and might do horrible things to her.†   (source)
  • He slinks in furtively, as if he were escaping from someone.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • And the fellow inside peered out in a furtive sort of way.   (source)
    furtive = cautious and/or suspicious (perhaps pains to avoid being observed)
  • ...they met no sign of any living thing, only furtive shadows that fled from the approach of their torches   (source)
    furtive = intentionally hard to see
  • Three tall men with furtive expressions   (source)
    furtive = suspicious
  • I saw a crowd of them upon the slopes, looking furtively at me.   (source)
    furtively = cautiously
  • A lean, ferret-like man, furtive and sly-looking, was waiting for us upon the platform.   (source)
    furtive = suspicious
  • She had imagined a young Mr. Emerson, who might be shy ... or furtively impudent.   (source)
    furtively = slyly (taking pains to avoid being observed)
  • If an eye were furtively raised and met his, it was instantly averted.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He stood looking about him for some moments, and then Mr. Huxter saw him walk in an oddly furtive manner towards the gates of the yard, upon which the parlour window opened.   (source)
    furtive = suspicious
  • with a furtive excitement   (source)
    furtive = nervous
  • From the street door he walked on furtively on the inner side of the path towards the corner and all at once dived into a doorway.   (source)
    furtively = while taking pains to avoid being observed
  • He hid the knife away, trembling all over and glancing furtively about, like a criminal who fancies that the accuser is already at hand.   (source)
    furtively = in a nervous manner
  • Well, it was touching to see the queen blush and smile, and look embarrassed and happy, and fling furtive glances at Sir Launcelot that would have got him shot in Arkansas, to a dead certainty.   (source)
    furtive = taking pains to avoid being observed
  • The youth in front threw serious but furtive glances at the mangled victims, as he stepped lightly across the plain, afraid to exhibit his feelings, and yet too inexperienced to quell entirely their sudden and powerful influence.   (source)
  • ...having her reasons for hovering in a furtive way about the station by which a passenger would arrive from Yorkshire, and for preferring to peep into it round pillars and corners, and out of ladies' waiting-room windows, to appearing in its precincts openly.   (source)
  • They slid about furtively searching for shelter, while his body remained paralyzed.†   (source)
  • Furtively I reach out my hand to touch one.†   (source)
  • Alarmed, Eragon furtively looked around.†   (source)
  • His hand reached out and stroked the room's doorknob, almost furtively.†   (source)
  • Mr. Caton appeared and furtively handed me the nozzles and nose cones in a cloth flour sack.†   (source)
  • Thomas looked at the Scab, who was glancing about furtively.†   (source)
  • Lords Redwyne and Rowan were talking furtively.†   (source)
  • Miss Chatterbox glances about furtively, positioning her umbrella to hide us.†   (source)
  • They had had to meet furtively, like criminals who could not be seen together.†   (source)
  • He looks at the nylon webbing pocket in front of him, furtively peels off a Life Saver.†   (source)
  • She glanced furtively at every man in the store, wondering, Are you Garrett?†   (source)
  • He handed Alex a roll of stamps, and then furtively covered her hand with his own.†   (source)
  • Furtively she wiped her cheek with the back of her right hand.†   (source)
  • He got into the coat, glanced furtively over at the others, and came out of the cell.†   (source)
  • He got out of the hammock without a sound and began to move slowly, furtively, toward the house.†   (source)
  • This time, however, he continued to watch, furtively, past his shoulder.†   (source)
  • He shook hands with the man, furtively broke wind again, and sat down.†   (source)
  • After a while Miss Geraldine said goodbye and went off towards the Orangery, but we kept on watching, and saw Miss Eileen and Mr. Roger put their heads closer together to confer furtively, their gazes fixed on Miss Geraldine's receding figure.†   (source)
  • Nobody talks much, though there is a rustling, and the women's heads move furtively from side to side: here, shopping, is where you might see someone you know, someone you've known in the time before, or at the Red Center.†   (source)
  • The same thing that compelled her to leave Mr. Cunningham's and go to the office caused her to follow Henry to the sidewalk: she wished to look furtively at them again and again, to assure herself that they had not undergone some alarming physical metamorphosis as well, yet she did not wish to speak to them, to touch them, lest she cause them to commit further outrage in her presence.†   (source)
  • He looked round, furtively.†   (source)
  • Everybody looked around furtively, to check that everyone else was staring into their hoop, then hastily did as they were told.†   (source)
  • He opened it, found her spare downstairs key, and also one of her black robes, which he furtively pulled on over his own outfit, covering his head with its hood, and then, with a mincing gait that reminded her of a stage-play robber, he approached the front door, unlocked it, and a minute later appeared at her apartment, where she motioned him to sit.†   (source)
  • As we jolted up the avenue (my mother looking miserable, clutching at the armrest to brace herself) I stared out the window at the dyspeptic workaday faces (worried-looking people in raincoats, milling in grim throngs at the crosswalks, people drinking coffee from cardboard cups and talking on cell phones and glancing furtively side to side) and tried hard not to think of all the unpleasant fates that might be about to befall me: some of them involving juvenile court, or jail.†   (source)
  • Three elderly women were sitting on the front porch, one in a wheelchair, furtively smoking, like naughty adolescents in the washroom.†   (source)
  • And he didn't know the right words to express the creeping, lassitudinous sense of terror he had felt when he heard the dead aspen leaves begin to crackle furtively down there in the cold darkness.†   (source)
  • The carrots were for the horses, and I gave them furtively; they were only horse carrots but I hadn't asked permission about them.†   (source)
  • With Dandy and Poteet watching us furtively from a dark nook beside the coal furnace, we began to work.†   (source)
  • They'd play the mandolin (Edgar) and banjo (Percival), and furtively drink beer, and foul up the tackle, and leave it for him to unscramble.†   (source)
  • Whenever I heard that, I used to picture a horde of women with flowing hair and glittering eyes, making their way furtively, in ones or twos, by moonlight, setting fire to their own homes.†   (source)
  • I riffle furtively through the SALE rack, bypassing sequins, angora roses, gold thread, grubby white leather, looking for something.†   (source)
  • I felt horribly guilty about the present situation, guessing that Rosalie and Emmett's prolonged absence was my fault, even as I furtively enjoyed not having to see her Emmett, Edward's playful bear of a brother, I did miss.†   (source)
  • Through a dress, but still-- Barbara stands up for a moment, smoothes her skirt, looks furtively around, and then crouches.†   (source)
  • I was furtively glad that I had some excuses for putting things off for a while; as much as I wanted to find some way to keep Charlie in my life, I was terrified of that first meeting.†   (source)
  • ' As furtively as scouts within the campment of their enemies, they crept down on to the road, and stole along its westward edge under the stony bank, grey as the stones themselves, and soft-footed as hunting cats.†   (source)
  • Nurse Duckett plucked Yossarian's arm and whispered to him furtively to meet her in the broom closet outside in the corridor.†   (source)
  • "There's hedgehog and porcupine quills," he says furtively, "the dried wing of a nightjar, a talon from some bird of prey, and a handful of roots and bark chips I couldn't make out by the torch light.†   (source)
  • Cohen peered furtively through the slender gap in the curtain and saw him standing before the canvas, a hand resting against his chin, his head tilted slightly to the side.†   (source)
  • Jeod glanced around furtively, then he leaned close to Eragon and whispered, "All my reading and searching has paid off.†   (source)
  • …the fetish items here, dust-veneered, handled, nearly opaque some of them, a dullish sort of plastic with a faint odor and prophylactic feel, like condoms for reading matter, and maybe there's another room where you need to whisper a password and this is the room with folders only, empty folders, handled a thousand times, and Eleanor was completely creeped out by this place, it was more than she'd bargained for, raincoated men with National Geographies, furtively thumbing the labels.†   (source)
  • Mandy, dressing at the same bureau, scraggled the parting of her own hair, furtively watching the deft arranging of Johnnie's.†   (source)
  • I tried to read the strange expressions on their faces as they forced grins onto their lips and peeked furtively back at me.†   (source)
  • The captive women in the hallway glanced furtively at Naomi as they shuffled in silence toward the living room in the strange house.†   (source)
  • Susie stays after class, she turns up early, she hangs around; during the class itself she looks at Mr. Hrbik only sideways, furtively.†   (source)
  • A curious tremor had come over Pap Himes's face as he furtively compared the lump of ore he held in his hand with something which he took from his pocket.†   (source)
  • Taggart's eyes swept over the crowd once in a while, swiftly and furtively, in the manner of a prowler's flashlight; this, in the muscular shorthand legible to Orren Boyle, meant that Taggart was looking for someone and did not want anyone to know it.†   (source)
  • Now and again they met people who knew and saluted them, and who looked back at them curiously, furtively; at least it seemed so to the old man and the girl.†   (source)
  • We carry it furtively back up the hill and shove it through a grating in the pavement; it floats down there on the surface of the dark water, pallid and drowned-looking.†   (source)
  • …voice, hating the state of having to hope for honesty as for a favor, but risking it, pouring money into unknown hands in exchange for unsupported promises, into unsigned, unrecorded loans to dummy owners of failing minesmoney handed and taken furtively, as an exchange between criminals, in anonymous cash; money poured into unenforceable contracts-both parties knowing that in case of fraud, the defrauded was to be punished, not the defrauder-but poured that a stream of ore might…†   (source)
  • From behind the rotted posts of what had once been a corner vegetable stand, Dagny glanced furtively back at the street: the rare lamp posts broke the street into separate islands, she could see a pawnshop in the first patch of light, a saloon in the next, a church in the farthest, and black gaps between them; the sidewalks were deserted; it was hard to tell, but the street seemed empty.†   (source)
  • She paused, looked furtively around to see if any administrators were hiding in trees, then fished several pages from a hidden compartment in her pocketbook.†   (source)
  • [FRANK steps into the square furtively from the back, hat in hand, and stands looking about for a place.†   (source)
  • When he had left after lunch for his time off, she went hastily to the kitchen, almost furtively, made cold drinks for Dick, and returned looking behind her as if pursued.†   (source)
  • There were wild things out in these woods and swamps, and at night the high hills over his shoulder would furtively change their places.†   (source)
  • He glanced at the man furtively, then, angry and ashamed, went on to the lavatory to wash his wounded hand, then back to his office as though Kozlowski were still out there in his car.†   (source)
  • After the first day he began sometimes to glance furtively at the new prisoner, without real prejudice or even particular interest, merely as one might glance at some fat, harmless snake to see what he was doing; and then sometimes--but less often--he would glance at the Indians.†   (source)
  • Isn't she quaint, Luke would say to me, and my mother would look sly, furtive almost.†   (source)
  • He had the uncomfortable feeling that he was eavesdropping on something furtive, shameful.†   (source)
  • 'Yeah, well, your name got dragged into the row,' said Ron, shooting Harry a furtive look.†   (source)
  • She began to object but then sat at the kitchen table, casting a furtive glance out the window.†   (source)
  • I saw them frequently in the streets, NSBers with their shaved heads and furtive eyes.†   (source)
  • It imposed a furtiveness on the loving done on it.†   (source)
  • In the silence, and standing over the dry blood, they looked suddenly furtive.†   (source)
  • He cast Harry an oddly furtive look as he said it.†   (source)
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