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- "Miss Doyle," she says, peering up at me warily, "are you quite sure the odor on your breath is from marmalade and not some other substance?"Chapter 14 (46% in)
- The two of them are looking at me, hopeful and wary.Chapter 25 (99% in)
- Worse, what if the way he sees me is the way I really am—someone to be wary of, not loved?Chapter 30 (86% in)
- Wariness steals inside me and takes its perch.Chapter 36 (35% in)
There are no more uses of "wary" in A Great and Terrible Beauty.
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