Small hand

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Let no one imagine, however, that the lovely Fayaway was in the habit of swallowing great vulgar-looking fishes: oh, no; with her beautiful small hand she would clasp a delicate, little, golden-hued love of a fish and eat it as elegantly and as innocently as though it were a Naples biscuit.
Pierre continually glanced at Prince Andrew; Prince Andrew rubbed his forehead with his small hand.
Come here, Father Tom," she said, laying her small hand on his wrist, and drawing him forward with a force as if the hand were of steel; "come here,--I've news for you.
Now is our time," I whispered, crouching lower and clasping a small hand gone suddenly cold.
Having bathed, the Belgian tied a small hand mirror to a cord sewn to the rear wall of his tent, placed a rude chair beside an equally rude table that stood beside the glass, and proceeded to remove the rough stubble from his face.
He would sit, for hours together, with Nell's small hand in his, playing with the fingers and stopping sometimes to smooth her hair or kiss her brow; and, when he saw that tears were glistening in her eyes, would look, amazed, about him for the cause, and forget his wonder even while he looked.
said the King, bending to kiss her small hand in all gallantry.
Her small hand lay on the chest of drawers beside which she was sitting, and she drummed an exercise with her thin fingers.
Two small hands, and don't say that was a phrase, also, of your father.
The woman kissed his eyes, and with thin, small hands felt the warm body through his white flannel nightgown.
And in the meantime he played small hands, investing in several arid-lands reclamation projects and keeping his eyes open for the big chance when it should come along.
In the midst of a large open space there was a slave-market, attended by a great crowd of customers, for the Mandara women, who have extremely small hands and feet, are in excellent request, and can be sold at lucrative rates.