Tis Robin Hood, the outlaw, who has been assisting you at this christening," said Will Scarlet glancing roguishly
at the two opponents' dripping garments.
It would seem as though they had been sitting on the knees of these famous personages, whom the grave had hidden for half a century, and had toyed with the embroidery of their rich waistcoats, or roguishly
pulled the long curls of their flowing wigs.
But he was refused; the youth roguishly
telling him that the weapon was very good for him (the Typee), but that a white man could fight much better with his fists.
, as it appeared, leading him through the deepest of the snow.
and she laughed roguishly
into the smiling face of her lover.
Any indignity that Villa Kennan chose to inflict upon him he was throbbingly glad to receive, such as doubling his ears inside out till they stuck, at the same time making him sit upright, with helpless forefeet paddling the air for equilibrium, while she blew roguishly
in his face and nostrils.
She loved EVERYTHING about it--the garden she had tended, and which so many women had tended before her--the gleam and sparkle of the little brook that crept so roguishly
across the corner--the gate between the creaking fir trees--the old red sandstone step--the stately Lombardies-- the two tiny quaint glass cupboards over the chimney- piece in the living-room--the crooked pantry door in the kitchen-- the two funny dormer windows upstairs--the little jog in the staircase-- why, these things were a part of her
I am sure we both turned pale when the unhappy girl actually laid hold forcibly of his book, and, with a playful little shriek, ran away with it into the next room, hugging it to her bosom and looking back roguishly
over her shoulder at him as she ran.
Yes, sir," answered Tom, looking up roguishly
, "I see; only the question remains whether I should have got most good by understanding Greek particles or cricket thoroughly.
she added, with a sidelong glance at the baby's eyes, that peered roguishly
, as she fancied, from under his cap, at his rhythmically puffing cheeks, and the little red-palmed hand he was waving.
she called through the partition, still standing on the chair, one hand tipping the mirror forward and back, so that she was able to run her eyes from the reflection of her ankles and calves to her face, warm with color and roguishly
Draw them off with your other hand," says Miss Lucy, roguishly