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100 Suspiciously Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Suspiciously Sayings By Alycia Linwood: What is Hell like?" I blurted out before I could stop myself. Damn my curiosity. What is Hell like?" I blurted out before I could stop myself. Damn my curiosity.
"You've never been there?" He eyed me suspiciously. Yeah, I went to Hell every summer for vacation. — Alycia Linwood
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Suspiciously Sayings By Julie Kagawa: My eyes prickled as Ash leaned in and kiss me. A particulary loud snore came My eyes prickled as Ash leaned in and kiss me. A particulary loud snore came from the cave, and the lump in the corner rolled toward us suspiciouslyJulie Kagawa
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Suspiciously Sayings By Simon Callow: Mostly, though, he made people laugh, with wicked impersonations of everyone around him: clients, lawyers, Mostly, though, he made people laugh, with wicked impersonations of everyone around him: clients, lawyers, clerks, even the cleaning woman. When Pickwick Papers came out, his former colleagues realized that half of them had turned up in its pages. His eyes - eyes that everyone who ever met him, to the day he died, remarked on - beautiful, animated, warm, dreamy, flashing, sparkling - though no two people ever agreed on their colour - were they grey, green, blue, brown? - those eyes missed nothing, any more than did his ears. He could imitate anyone. Brimming over with an all but uncontainable energy, which the twenty-first century might suspiciously describe as manic, he discharged his superplus of vitality by incessantly walking the streets, learning London as he went, mastering it, memorizing the names of the roads, the local accents, noting the characteristic topographies of the many villages of which the city still consisted. — Simon Callow
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Suspiciously Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: With all the arrangements made, Marcus carried Lillian to the largest guest room in the With all the arrangements made, Marcus carried Lillian to the largest guest room in the building, where a bath and food were sent up as quickly as possible. It was sparely furnished but very clean, with an ample bed covered in pressed linen and soft, faded quilts. An old copperplate slipper tub was set before the hearth and filled by two chambermaids carrying steaming kettles. As Lillian waited for the bathwater to cool sufficiently, Marcus bullied her into eating a bowl of soup, which was quite tolerable, though its ingredients were impossible to identify. "What are those little brown chunks?" Lillian asked suspiciously, opening her mouth reluctantly as he spooned more in.
"It doesn't matter. Swallow."
"Is it mutton? Beef? Did it originally have horns? Hooves? Feathers? Scales? I don't like to eat something when I don't know what - "
"More," he said inexorably, pushing the spoon into her mouth again.
"You're a tyrant."
"I know. Drink some water. — Lisa Kleypas
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Suspiciously Sayings By Karen Chance: I'm fine," I told him tersely."Of course you are. You're one of the strongest people I'm fine," I told him tersely.
"Of course you are. You're one of the strongest people I know."
It took me a second to process that, because he'd said it so casually. Like he was talking about the weather or what time it was. Only Pritkin didn't say things like that. His idea of a compliment was a nod and to tell me to do whatever it was I'd just done over again. Like that was usually possible.
But that had sounded suspiciously like a compliment to me. — Karen Chance
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Suspiciously Sayings By Jill Shalvis: I'm not too chicken," she said. "I know exactly what I want. I honestly thought I'm not too chicken," she said. "I know exactly what I want. I honestly thought I could do this with you, the whole friends-with-benefits thing." She slowly shook her head, her eyes suspiciously shiny. "But as it turns out, I can't. Now with you, Adam. With you, I want it all."
( ... )
"It's not that simple for me," he heard himself say.
"Of course it is. Life is as simple as you make it, Adam. You're born. You live. You die. I don't plan on dying without doing the living part, though. — Jill Shalvis
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Suspiciously Sayings By Thea Harrison: He looked at Chloe "Come over to the table. Sit with your aunt. I will He looked at Chloe "Come over to the table. Sit with your aunt. I will clear away the mess and ... I will achieve pancakes."
Grace's lovely, tired face wobbled with looked suspiciously like mirth, but she had been under so much stress he decided his first impression could not be correct.
"You'll achieve pancakes?"
"I do not see why not" he said
"Have you ever achieved them before?" she said
"That question is irrelevant," he told her, while his eyes narrowed in suspicion on her tired face. On a Djinn, her expression would definitely be laughter. "I will achieve pancakes now. — Thea Harrison
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Suspiciously Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: There was a knock at the door. Cath eyed it suspiciously. More knocking. "I know There was a knock at the door. Cath eyed it suspiciously. More knocking. "I know that's you," she said into the phone. Levi laughed. — Rainbow Rowell
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Suspiciously Sayings By Priscilla Glenn: I think it's sad that we'll never know her," Chase said. She glanced over at I think it's sad that we'll never know her," Chase said. She glanced over at him suspiciously. "Think of how many people there are in the world that you'll never know. Like that guy right there," he said, nodding toward the car that whizzed by them. "What's that guy's name? Where's he going? Is he happy with his life? Did he want Bella to end up with Edward or Jacob? — Priscilla Glenn
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Suspiciously Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: It is strange how a memory will grow into a wax figure, how the cherub It is strange how a memory will grow into a wax figure, how the cherub grows suspiciously prettier as its frame darkens with age-strange, strange are the mishaps of memory. — Vladimir Nabokov
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Suspiciously Sayings By David O. Russell: The investigation of consciousness has come to be regarded suspiciously by most smart people and The investigation of consciousness has come to be regarded suspiciously by most smart people and by most scientists. That's a legacy that began with the Inquisition, which considered non-Christian spiritual inquiry as blasphemous. — David O. Russell
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Suspiciously Sayings By Philip Larkin: My mother, who hates thunderstorms,Holds up each summer day and shakesIt out suspiciously, lest swarmsOf My mother, who hates thunderstorms,
Holds up each summer day and shakes
It out suspiciously, lest swarms
Of grape-dark clouds are lurking there ... — Philip Larkin
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Suspiciously Sayings By David Mitchell: Judith Rey watches the young woman. Once upon a time, I had a baby daughter. Judith Rey watches the young woman. Once upon a time, I had a baby daughter. I dressed her in frilly frocks, enrolled her for ballet classes, and sent her to horse-riding camp five summers in a row. But look at her. She turned into Lester anyway. She kisses Luisa's forehead. Luisa frowns, suspiciously, like a teenager. What? — David Mitchell
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Suspiciously Sayings By Kate Griffin: It was an excellent coat. It was long, grey, suspiciously blotched, smelt faintly of dust It was an excellent coat. It was long, grey, suspiciously blotched, smelt faintly of dust and old curries, went all the way down to my knees and overhung my wrists even when I stretched out my arms. It had big, smelly pockets, crunchy with crumbs, it boasted the remnants of a waterproof sheen, was missing a few buttons, and had once been beige. It was the coat that detectives down the ages had worn while trailing a beautiful, dangerous, presumably blond suspect in the rain, the coat that no one noticed, shapeless, bland and grey - it suited my purpose perfectly. — Kate Griffin
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Suspiciously Sayings By Frank Chodorov: The Constitution did not give Americans freedom; they had been free long before it was The Constitution did not give Americans freedom; they had been free long before it was written, and when it was put up for ratification they eyed it suspiciously, lest it infringe their freedom. The Federalists, the advocates of ratification, went to great pains to assure the people that under the Constitution they would be just as free as they ever were. Madison, in particular, stressed the point that there would be no change in their personal status in the new setup, that the contemplated government would simply be the foreign department of the several states. The Constitution itself is a testimonial to the temper of the times, for it fashioned a government so restricted in its powers as to prevent any infraction of freedom; that was the reason for the famous "checks and balances." Any other kind of constitution could not have got by. — Frank Chodorov
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Suspiciously Sayings By Kimberly Derting: What was that all about?" Jay asked in loud whisper.She still felt like her head What was that all about?" Jay asked in loud whisper.
She still felt like her head was reeling. She had no idea what she was going to tell to Grady when school was out. "I think Grady just asked me to Homecoming," she announced to Jay.
He looked at her suspiciously. "The game?"
Violet cocked her head to the side and gave him a look that told him to be serious.
"No, I'm pretty sure he meant the dance," Violet clarified, exasperated by the obtuse question. — Kimberly Derting
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Suspiciously Sayings By Julia Barkey: Suddenly the bridge was filled with intense warmth, Will had lit the fire. Everyone immediately Suddenly the bridge was filled with intense warmth, Will had lit the fire. Everyone immediately scurried over to it, with the exception of Scott. Carrie looked back at him, he was sitting with his back leaned against a stone pillar. The light from the flames danced on his sharp features and reflected in his dark eyes. Scott always wore a half-smile that was suspiciously close to a smirk. She was practically immune to his cockiness and wasn't at all bothered by it the way that Will seemed to be. — Julia Barkey
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Suspiciously Sayings By Patrick Ness: ("This is all sounding pretty fairy tale-ish," Conor said, suspiciously.)(You would not say that if ("This is all sounding pretty fairy tale-ish," Conor said, suspiciously.)
(You would not say that if you heard the screams of a man killed by a spear, said the monster. Or his cries of terror as he was torn to pieces by wolves. Now be quiet.) — Patrick Ness
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Suspiciously Sayings By Cambria Hebert: So, Freckles," he said when I sat down. "Freckles?" I interrupted. "You said I couldn't So, Freckles," he said when I sat down.
"Freckles?" I interrupted.
"You said I couldn't call ya, Katie-cat."
I shuddered. "I do have a given name, you know."
"I don't want to call you what everyone else calls you."
"You don't?"
"Nope."
"Why?" I asked suspiciously.
"Because I'm special."
"There goes that ego of yours again." I held out my arms wide. "Big," I mouthed. — Cambria Hebert
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Suspiciously Sayings By Lauren Barnholdt: But it's that fucking dress she's wearing. It's low-cut and tight and just ... Jesus. But it's that fucking dress she's wearing. It's low-cut and tight and just ... Jesus. Why would she wear a dress like that? Is she doing it just to torture me? I like the idea that maybe she had me in mind when she picked it out. Of course, she might be wearing it because she wants to get attention from other guys.
I look around the wedding suspiciously, trying to see if anyone is looking at her. I don't want to have to punch someone out, but i'll do it if I have to. — Lauren Barnholdt
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Suspiciously Sayings By Brian Andreas: Time stands still best in moments that look suspiciously like ordinary life. Time stands still best in moments that look suspiciously like ordinary life. — Brian Andreas
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Suspiciously Sayings By Scott Lynch: Hey," said Locke, scratching his stubble absently with his quill. "That sounds suspiciously like wisdom, Hey," said Locke, scratching his stubble absently with his quill. "That sounds suspiciously like wisdom, damn your eyes. Why must you always flounce about being wiser than me?" "Doesn't require much conscious effort. — Scott Lynch
Suspiciously Sayings By Emily Bronte: He little imagined how my heart warmed towards him when I beheld his black eyes He little imagined how my heart warmed towards him when I beheld his black eyes withdraw so suspiciously under their brows — Emily Bronte
Suspiciously Sayings By Karen Chance: I barely heard him, I was too busy watching Pritkin, who had slumped over with I barely heard him, I was too busy watching Pritkin, who had slumped over with his head on the sofa arm, shoulders shaking helplessly, and what looked suspiciously like tears leaking out from under his closed eyes. "Not that bad," he muttered, and then he was off again. — Karen Chance
Suspiciously Sayings By John Flanagan: What was that, Kurokuma?' asked one of the escorts riding near him. The others chuckled What was that, Kurokuma?' asked one of the escorts riding near him. The others chuckled at the name.
'Nothing important,' Horace said. Then he looked at them suspiciously. 'What's this Kurokuma business?'
The Senshi looked at him with a completely staight face.
'It's a term of great respect,' he said. Several others within earshot nodded confirmation. They too managed to remain straight-faced. It was a skill the Nihon-Jan had perfected.
'Great respect,' one of them echoed. — John Flanagan
Suspiciously Sayings By Lemony Snicket: Colette picked up a piece of the bread and stared at it suspiciously. "This toast Colette picked up a piece of the bread and stared at it suspiciously. "This toast feels raw," she said. "Is it safe to eat raw toast?" "Of course not," Hugo said. "I bet that baby is trying to poison us." "Actually, — Lemony Snicket
Suspiciously Sayings By Carlos Ruiz Zafon: The air seemed poisoned with fear and hatred. People eyed on another suspiciously, and the The air seemed poisoned with fear and hatred. People eyed on another suspiciously, and the streets smelled of a silence that knotted your stomach. — Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Suspiciously Sayings By Terry Pratchett: What's this here," he said suspiciously, "about us got to give you faggots?"Oh, we have What's this here," he said suspiciously, "about us got to give you faggots?"
Oh, we have to have them," said Newt, "We burn them."
Say what?"
We burn them."
The guard's face broadened into a grin. And they'd told him England was soft. "Right on!" he said — Terry Pratchett
Suspiciously Sayings By Catherine Sanderson: Any new French female acquaintance would most likely have held herself aloof, eyeing you suspiciously Any new French female acquaintance would most likely have held herself aloof, eyeing you suspiciously until she had assessed your character and whether or not you posed a threat. — Catherine Sanderson
Suspiciously Sayings By H.G.Wells: It's my opinion he don't want to kill you,' said Perea - 'at least not It's my opinion he don't want to kill you,' said Perea - 'at least not yet. I've heard deir idea is to scar and worry a man wid deir spells, and narrow misses, and rheumatic pains, and bad dreams, and all dat, until he's sick of life. Of course, it's all talk, you know. You mustn't worry about it. But I wunder what he'll be up to next.'
'I shall have to be up to something first,' said Pollock, staring gloomily at the greasy cards that Perea was putting on the table. 'It don't suit my dignity to be followed about, and shot at, and blighted in this way. I wonder if Porroh hokey-pokey upsets your luck at cards.'
He looked at Perea suspiciously.
'Very likely it does,' said Perea warmly, shuffling. 'Dey are wonderful people.'
("Pollock And The Porrah Man") — H.G.Wells
Suspiciously Sayings By Jarod Kintz: I need a bone saw - for the meatloaf I made for you, which looks I need a bone saw - for the meatloaf I made for you, which looks suspiciously like a brick. The gravy is a blanket. — Jarod Kintz
Suspiciously Sayings By Tove Jansson: On the morning, Daddy and I get up at six o'clock because Christmas trees must On the morning, Daddy and I get up at six o'clock because Christmas trees must be bought in the dark. We walk to the other end of town, as the big harbour is just the right setting for buying a Christmas tree. We spend hours choosing, looking at every branch suspiciously. It's always cold. — Tove Jansson
Suspiciously Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: The British have always been madly overambitious, and from one angle it can seem like The British have always been madly overambitious, and from one angle it can seem like bravery, but from another it looks suspiciously like a lack of foresight. — Ben Aaronovitch
Suspiciously Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: Abigail stared suspiciously at Lesley. "Why are you wearing a mask?" she asked."Because my face Abigail stared suspiciously at Lesley. "Why are you wearing a mask?" she asked.
"Because my face fell off," said Lesley.
Abigail considered this for a moment and then nodded. "Okay," she said. — Ben Aaronovitch
Suspiciously Sayings By Rick Riordan: You do know how to play pinochle?" Mr. D eyed me suspiciously."I'm afraid not," I You do know how to play pinochle?" Mr. D eyed me suspiciously.
"I'm afraid not," I said.
"I'm afraid not, sir," he said.
"Well," he told me, "it is, along with gladiator fighting and Pac-Man, one of the greatest games ever invented by humans. I would expect all civilized young men to know the rules. — Rick Riordan
Suspiciously Sayings By Grace Burrowes: Dev?" Val was in his brother's crushing embrace in the next instant, his back being Dev?" Val was in his brother's crushing embrace in the next instant, his back being heartily pounded, and his throat suspiciously tight. Val pulled back and assured himself that his eyes had not lied. "What in the hell are you doing away from Emmie and Winnie?" "I was banished." St. Just's grin became sheepish. "Emmie isn't due for a few more weeks, and she accused me of hovering. I missed those members of the family who were not kind enough to winter with us, so here I am on a lightning raid, as it were." "And — Grace Burrowes
Suspiciously Sayings By Anonymous: The bird turned, head tipped, suspiciously, on one side, and it stared at him with The bird turned, head tipped, suspiciously, on one side, and it stared at him with bright eyes. "Say 'Nevermore,' " said Shadow. "Fuck you," said the raven. It said nothing else as they went through the woodland together. — Anonymous
Suspiciously Sayings By George Orwell: The sensitive person's hostility to the machine is in one sense unrealistic, because of the The sensitive person's hostility to the machine is in one sense unrealistic, because of the obvious fact that the machine has come to stay. But as an attitude of mind there is a great deal to be said for it. The machine has got to be accepted, but it is probably better to accept it rather as one accepts a drug - that is, grudgingly and suspiciously. Like a drug, the machine is useful, dangerous and habit-forming. The oftener one surrenders to it the tighter its grip becomes. — George Orwell
Suspiciously Sayings By Mason Cooley: I pursue pleasure, but stingily, suspiciously. I pursue pleasure, but stingily, suspiciously. — Mason Cooley
Suspiciously Sayings By Iain M. Banks: See that little black thing sticking up?" Gurgeh looked. There was a little black bulb See that little black thing sticking up?" Gurgeh looked. There was a little black bulb poking up through the surface of the red mud. "Yes." "That's his dick." Gurgeh looked suspiciously at the other man. "How exactly is that going to help him?" "The Uhnyrchal can breathe through their dicks," Za said. "That guy's fine; he'll be fighting in another club tomorrow night; maybe even later this evening. — Iain M. Banks
Suspiciously Sayings By Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Take it off first, soldier." He looked at her suspiciously. "Take what off?" "Your clothes. Take it off first, soldier."
He looked at her suspiciously. "Take what off?"
"Your clothes. Entertain the troops."
"My clothes?" He frowned. "I was sort of thinking you might want to do that for me."
She shook her head and leaned back on one elbow, giving him her witchiest, bitchiest smile. "Strip."
"Now, listen here, Francie
"
Lifting a languid hand, she once again pointed toward the center of the room. "Do it real slow, good-looking," she purred. "I want to enjoy every minute. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Suspiciously Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: When I did show up next door, at 6:34, it sounded like World War III When I did show up next door, at 6:34, it sounded like World War III had erupted in the house. I'd let myself in since no one answered the damn door.
"I can't believe you ate all the ice cream, Daemon!"
I cringed and stopped inside the dining room. There was no way I was going into that kitchen.
"I didn't eat all of it."
"Oh, so it ate itself?" Dee shrieked so loudly I thought I heard the rafters in the ceiling shake. "Did the spoon eat it? Oh wait, I know. The carton ate it."
"Actually, I think the freezer ate it," Daemon responded dryly.
I grinned when I heard what sounded like the empty container hitting what suspiciously sounded like flesh. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Suspiciously Sayings By Jennifer Echols: What the monkey!" My dad slammed through my door and burst into my room wearing What the monkey!" My dad slammed through my door and burst into my room wearing nothing but his bathrobe.
We all looked up at him in surprise. "You tell us," I said.
"Oh." My dad actually looked sheepish. "It's one o'clock in the morning and I was going to tell you to shut the monkey up and go to bed. I didn't realize what was
going on in here."
"What's going on in here?" Cameron asked suspiciously.
"Maturity." My dad backed out of the room and closed the door. — Jennifer Echols
Suspiciously Sayings By J.A. Redmerski: But before she tells you anything." I glared at him suspiciously."your seed ... "Tsaeb winced."What But before she tells you anything."
I glared at him suspiciously.
"your seed ... "Tsaeb winced.
"What the hell are you talking about?"
"your ... well, your seed. You know, you have to knock her up. — J.A. Redmerski
Suspiciously Sayings By David Eddings: As they prepared to mount, Barak's horse, a large, sturdy gray, sighed and threw a As they prepared to mount, Barak's horse, a large, sturdy gray, sighed and threw a reproachful look at Hettar, and the Algar chuckled.
'What's so funny?' Barak demanded suspiciously.
'The horse said something,' Hettar replied. 'Never mind. — David Eddings
Suspiciously Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: I have seen in Japan the voluntary submission of the whole people to the trimming I have seen in Japan the voluntary submission of the whole people to the trimming of their minds and clipping of their freedom by their government, which through various educational agencies regulates their thoughts, manufactures their feelings, becomes suspiciously watchful when they show signs of inclining toward the spiritual, leading them through a narrow path not toward what is true but what is necessary for the complete welding of them into one uniform mass according to its own recipe. The people accept this all-pervading mental slavery with cheerfulness and pride because of their nervous desire to turn themselves into a machine of power, called the Nation, and emulate other machines in their collective worldliness. — Rabindranath Tagore
Suspiciously Sayings By Julie Kagawa: Fine." I glared at him and shook my head. Stubborn idiot."But at least try to Fine." I glared at him and shook my head. Stubborn idiot.
"But at least try to look a little more raider-ish, okay? We don't want to attract attention."
Zeke's snort sounded suspiciously like laughter. "Allie, you're a beautiful, exotic-looking vampire girl with a katana. Trust me, if anyone is going to attract attention, it's not going to be me."
I didn't answer as we crossed the flimsy, creaking bridge into the lair of the vampire king. If Zeke had asked, I would've said that I was thinking of how to find everyone, but that wasn't entirely true. I was thinking of the others and how I was going to get them out alive ... but I kept being distracted by the thought that Zeke had called me beautiful. — Julie Kagawa
Suspiciously Sayings By David Eddings: There was a sudden, shocking sound that echoed through Garion's head like an explosion."What was There was a sudden, shocking sound that echoed through Garion's head like an explosion.
"What was that?" Zakath exclaimed.
"You heard it, too?" Garion was amazed. "You shouldn't have been able to hear it!"
"It shook the earth, Garion. Look there." Zakath pointed off toward the north where a huge pillar of fire was soaring up toward the murky, starless sky. "What is it?"
"Aunt Pol did something. She's never that clumsy ... "
Belgarath and Beldin were both pale and shaken, and even Durnik seemed awed.
"She hasn't done anything that noisy since she was about sixteen," Beldin said,m blinking in astonishment. He looked suspiciously at Durnik. "Have you gone and got her pregnant? — David Eddings
Suspiciously Sayings By Samantha Young: That sounds suspiciously like you're calling me a manwhore.""I am calling you a manwhore. That sounds suspiciously like you're calling me a manwhore."
"I am calling you a manwhore. — Samantha Young
Suspiciously Sayings By Elizabeth Hoyt: Humph." She peered down suspiciously as he parted the leaves to reveal the choke. "That Humph." She peered down suspiciously as he parted the leaves to reveal the choke. "That doesn't look very tasty."
"That's because it isn't," he said. "Pay heed: the artichoke is a shy vegetable. She covers herself in spine-tipped leaves that must be carefully peeled away, and underneath shields her treasure with a barricade o' soft needles. They must be tenderly, but firmly, scraped aside. Ye must be bold, for if yer not, she'll never reveal her soft heart."
He finished cutting away the thistles and placed the small, tender heart on the center of her plate.
She wrinkled her nose. "That's it? But it's so small."
"Ah, and d'ye judge a thing solely upon size alone?"
She made a choking sound. — Elizabeth Hoyt
Suspiciously Sayings By Julia Cameron: There is not one pink flower, or even fifty pink flowers, but hundreds. Snowflakes, of There is not one pink flower, or even fifty pink flowers, but hundreds. Snowflakes, of course, are the ultimate exercise in sheer creative glee. No two alike. This creator looks suspiciously like someone who just might send us support for our creative ventures. — Julia Cameron
Suspiciously Sayings By Dave Barry: Who are you?" he said. "And why are you shouting?""I'm your first officer, sir," said Who are you?" he said. "And why are you shouting?"
"I'm your first officer, sir," said Slank. "Mr. Slank. I'm just relaying your orders to the crew."
"Ah," said Pembridge.
"The aft binnacle has been cast off, sir," said Slank.
"The what?" said Pembridge.
"The aft binnacle," said Slank. "As you ordered."
"I did?" said Pembridge, squinting suspiciously. "When?"
"Just now, sir," said Slank.
Pembridge blinked at Slank.
"Who are you, again?" he said.
"You first officer, sir," said Slank.
Pembridge blinked again.
"My head hurts," he said.
"Perhaps the captain would like to go to his cabin," said Slank.
"You don't tell me was to do," said Pembridge. "I'm the captain."
"Yes, sir," said Slank.
"I'm going to my cabin," said Pembridge. — Dave Barry
Suspiciously Sayings By James H. Fetzer: I have this feeling that whoever's elected president, no matter what promises you make on I have this feeling that whoever's elected president, no matter what promises you make on the campaign trail - blah, blah, blah - when you win, you go into this smoky room with the twelve industrialist, capitalist scumfucks that got you in there, and this little screen comes down ... and it's a shot of the Kennedy assassination from an angle you've never seen before, which looks suspiciously off the grassy knoll ... and then the screen comes up, the lights come on, and they say to the new president, 'Any questions?'" "Just what my agenda is." - Bill Hicks — James H. Fetzer
Suspiciously Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Everything went pitch-black and the next thing I knew, I was being hurled headfirst out Everything went pitch-black and the next thing I knew, I was being hurled headfirst out of the room!"
"And you didn't see that coming?" said Harry, unable to help himself.
"No, I did not, as I say, it was pitch - " Professor Trelawny stopped and glared at him suspiciously. — J.K. Rowling
Suspiciously Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Are you introducing young children to the occult? said Madam Frout suspiciously. This sort of Are you introducing young children to the occult? said Madam Frout suspiciously. This sort of thing caused a lot of trouble with parents, she was well aware. — Terry Pratchett
Suspiciously Sayings By Thea Harrison: Somehow she had climbed halfway up his body before he managed to grasp her waist. Somehow she had climbed halfway up his body before he managed to grasp her waist. He plucked her off and set her on her feet.
She started to climb up his body again.
"Are you having fun?" he asked suspiciously.
"We're on the fucking moon!" she shouted. "There's nothing here!"
He stared at her. "I don't think you're having fun."
"No air!"
He shook his head. "Think about that logically. Could you have possibly said those words if there truly was no air? Of course
there's no air or atmosphere outside this bubble - "
"Ofcoursethere'snofuckingairhereorfuckingatmosphereonthefuckinggoddamnMOONyouGODDAMNFUCKINGCRAZYMORONICDJINN ... "
"Grace," he roared in her face. — Thea Harrison
Suspiciously Sayings By Ilona Andrews: My tablecloth was missing in action and long, jagged scratches covered the table's surface.The scratches My tablecloth was missing in action and long, jagged scratches covered the table's surface.The scratches looked suspiciously like letters. I climbed on a chair and looked at it from above. MINE. Oh, that's great. Fantastic. So mature. Perhaps he would pull my pigtails next or stick a tack on my seat. — Ilona Andrews
Suspiciously Sayings By Julie Kagawa: Zeke's snort sounded suspiciously like laughter. "Allie, you're a beautiful, exotic-looking vampire girl with a Zeke's snort sounded suspiciously like laughter. "Allie, you're a beautiful, exotic-looking vampire girl with a katana. Trust me, if anyoneis going to attract attention, it's not going to me."
I didn't answer as we crossed the flimsy, creaking bridge into the lair of the vampire king. We didn't talk to each other for several minutes. If Zeke asked, I would've said that I was thinking of how to fing everyone, but that wasn't entirely true. I was thinking of the others and how i was going to get them out alive ... but I kept being distracted by the thougth that Zeke had called me beautiful. — Julie Kagawa
Suspiciously Sayings By Ken Follett: It was the study hour. Most of the monks were reading. A few were meditating, It was the study hour. Most of the monks were reading. A few were meditating, an activity that was suspiciously similar to dozing. — Ken Follett
Suspiciously Sayings By Ilona Andrews: The skull sat on top of an old Stop sign. Someone had painted the surface The skull sat on top of an old Stop sign. Someone had painted the surface of the octagon white and written KEEP OUT across it in large jagged letters. A reddish-brown splatter stained the bottom edge, looking suspiciously like dried blood. I leaned closer. Yep, blood. Some hair, too. Human hair.
Curran frowned at the sign. "Do you think he's trying to tell us something?"
"I don't know. He's being so subtle about it. — Ilona Andrews
Suspiciously Sayings By Astra Taylor: Giving people what they want reduces us to consumers instead of treating us like citizens, Giving people what they want reduces us to consumers instead of treating us like citizens, consumers who are on the prowl for the predictable and comfortable. What we want winds up being suspiciously like what we've already got, more of the same-the cultural equivalent of a warm bath. — Astra Taylor
Suspiciously Sayings By George Saunders: I hold the biscuits in front of his face and he stands up."What do I I hold the biscuits in front of his face and he stands up.
"What do I have to do?" he says.
"Nothing," I say. "They're for you."
"Are they poisoned?" he says.
"No," I say.
"Eat one," he says.
So I do.
"Probably the others are poisoned," he says. "Eat a fraction of each."
I eat a corner off each biscuit. He looks at the reminders suspiciously, then sniffs them.
"I'm not sure it's worth it," he says. "How I wish you'd never come. Perhaps you've left the poison off of just those corners."
I begin to realize I'll doubt whatever information he gives me.
"Lick the entire biscuit," he says. "Then give them to me."
So I lick each biscuit.
"Both sides," he says.
I lick both sides of each biscuit. I give him the wet biscuits and he cracks them open and sniffs them. Then he puts them in his pocket.
"What do you want?" he says. "Now that you've failed to poison me to death. — George Saunders
Suspiciously Sayings By Robin Hobb: She stared at him suspiciously. 'You drank all She stared at him suspiciously. 'You drank all — Robin Hobb
Suspiciously Sayings By Terry Pratchett: He growled and stood up. "There is a knocking without," he said."Without what?" said the He growled and stood up. "There is a knocking without," he said.
"Without what?" said the Fool.
"Without the door, idiot."
The Fool gave him a worried look. "A knocking without a door?" he said suspiciously. "This isn't some kind of Zen, is it? — Terry Pratchett
Suspiciously Sayings By Amy Lane: You don't look gay," Joey said suspiciously.Will blinked. Well, that was new. "Maybe I'm just You don't look gay," Joey said suspiciously.
Will blinked. Well, that was new. "Maybe I'm just really, really happy inside," Will responded with a bright smile. — Amy Lane
Suspiciously Sayings By Sylvia Cassedy: I love the name Maggie, he went on, and she glanced up at him suspiciously-nobody I love the name Maggie, he went on, and she glanced up at him suspiciously-nobody loved the name Maggie-but his face was serious. It makes your teeth feel good to say it. Maggie, Maggie, Maggie. It feels like eating peanuts. Try it, and he paused, waiting for her to recite her name aloud.

She turned away, but she did try it anyway, to herself, and she felt a surprising tingle around her upper molars. — Sylvia Cassedy
Suspiciously Sayings By John Flanagan: How can you sleep at a time like this?" she asked, but the only answer How can you sleep at a time like this?" she asked, but the only answer was a low snore. She looked at him suspiciously. In the short time she had been with him, she had never before heard him snore.
"You're faking," she said.
"No. I'm really fast asleep," came his voice from under the cowl. — John Flanagan
Suspiciously Sayings By A&E Kirk: Matthias flinched, teeth grinding. "Which one of them told you?" He zeroed in on Ayden."One?" Matthias flinched, teeth grinding. "Which one of them told you?" He zeroed in on Ayden.
"One?" I said.
With a growl, Matthias pushed a button on his watch and spoke into it. "What part of 'don't tell her anything' didn't you all understand?"
A moment of silence, then Blake's voice cracked through static, "Can't-" The static sounded suspiciously like crinkling paper. "Hear-" More "static" then, "break- up. — A&E Kirk
Suspiciously Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: I'll leave you here to finish your, er ... conversation." As he withdrew from the I'll leave you here to finish your, er ... conversation." As he withdrew from the room, however, it seemed that he couldn't keep from ducking his head back in and asking Marcus cryptically, "Once a week, did you say?"
"Close the door behind you," Marcus said icily, and Hunt obeyed with a smothered sound that sounded suspiciously like laughter. — Lisa Kleypas
Suspiciously Sayings By Karen Pryor: In due course I would learn how to cover up for this event, but on In due course I would learn how to cover up for this event, but on that awful day I knew of nothing to say but: 'Well, I guess they aren't going to do that either, heh, heh. FINALLY Hoku and Kiko stopped staring suspiciously through the glass long enough to go over the six bars, gracefully arcing in and out of the water against the glass, making the beautiful picture they were supposed to. I waved frantically at Chris to stop right there, to quit while we were ahead. I thanked the politely clapping audience and suggested they come back in a month and see what Hoku and Kiko could really do (I didn't have the courage to order them to KEEP clapping, and louder, please, so that Hoku and Kiko would do the applause jump). Then I yanked out the mike plug, raced down the ladder into the trainers' little sitting room underneath the stage, and took up smoking again. — Karen Pryor
Suspiciously Sayings By Laura Whitcomb: The library smells like old books - a thousand leather doorways into other worlds. I The library smells like old books - a thousand leather doorways into other worlds. I hear silence, like the mind of God. I feel a presence in the empty chair beside me. The librarian watches me suspiciously. But the library is a sacred place, and I sit with the patron saint of readers. Pulsing goddess light moves through me for one moment like a glimpse of eternity instantly forgotten. She is gone. I smell mold, I hear the clock ticking, I see an empty chair. Ask me now and I'll say this is just a place where you can't play music or eat. She's gone. The library sucks. — Laura Whitcomb
Suspiciously Sayings By Courtney Milan: Bradenton reminded him of an old farmer, walking the perimeter of his property every day, Bradenton reminded him of an old farmer, walking the perimeter of his property every day, testing the fences and peering suspiciously at his neighbors, making sure that his side and their side were clearly delineated. It had taken Oliver years to learn his lesson: keep quiet and let men like Bradenton test the fences. It wouldn't do them any good, and if you were careful, one day you'd be in a position to buy their whole damned farm. And so Oliver held his tongue and smiled. — Courtney Milan
Suspiciously Sayings By Melina Marchetta: Froi fell in love. He didn't want to. Not with a Charyn city. But he Froi fell in love. He didn't want to. Not with a Charyn city. But he did because people didn't stand around in Paladozza and stare suspiciously, They sat around and spoke to each other and laughed. — Melina Marchetta
Suspiciously Sayings By Julie Kagawa: But at least try to look a little more raider-ish, okay? We don't want to But at least try to look a little more raider-ish, okay? We don't want to attract attention."
Zeke's snort sounded suspiciously like laughter. "Allie, you're a beautiful, exotic-looking vampire girl with a katana. Trust me, if anyone is going to attract attention, it's not going to be me. — Julie Kagawa
Suspiciously Sayings By Pam Brown: The work of a garden bears visible fruits-in a world where most of our labours The work of a garden bears visible fruits-in a world where most of our labours seem suspiciously meaningless. — Pam Brown
Suspiciously Sayings By Sarah Rees Brennan: Honestly, Jared, one thing at a time. Why are you in a well with me? Honestly, Jared, one thing at a time. Why are you in a well with me? This is a really bad rescue!" [ ... ]
"I called the police as I was running to the well. I'm sure they're coming."
"Did they say they were coming?" Kami asked suspiciously. "Or did you shout, 'Kami's in the well!' before jumping in the well too, thus loosing your phone and making sure the police think it was some kids playing a dumb joke?"
Jared paused. [ ... ]
"Alternate plan," Jared said. "Do you have a very intelligent collie who might communicate through a system of barks to your parents that little Kami is in the well? — Sarah Rees Brennan
Suspiciously Sayings By Ilona Andrews: Grigorii spared a single glance in his brother's direction. If looks were daggers, that one Grigorii spared a single glance in his brother's direction. If looks were daggers, that one would've
sliced straight through the volhv's heart. "Here it comes. 'My oldest son . . .'"
"Is a doctor," Evdokia finished in a singsong voice. "And my daughter is an attorney."
Vasiliy raised his chin. "Jealousy is bad for you. Poisons the heart."
"Aha!" Evdokia slapped the table. "How about your youngest, the musician? How is he doing?"
"Yes, what is Vyacheslav doing lately?" Grigorii asked. "Didn't I see him with a black eye yesterday?
Did he whistle a tree onto himself?"
Oh boy.
Curran opened his mouth. Next to him Jim shook his head. His expression looked suspiciously like
fear.
"He is young," Vasiliy said.
"He is spoiled rotten," Evdokia barked. "He spends all his time trying to kill my cat. One child is a
doctor, the other is an attorney, the third is a serial killer in training. — Ilona Andrews
Suspiciously Sayings By Julia Quinn: Well," he said with an affected sigh, "you have my approval, at least.""Why?" Hyacinth asked Well," he said with an affected sigh, "you have my approval, at least."
"Why?" Hyacinth asked suspiciously.
"It would be an excellent match," he continued. "If nothing else, think of the children."
She knew she'd regret it, but still she had to ask. "What children?"
He grinned. "The lovely lithping children you could have together. Garethhhh and Hyathinthhhh. Hyathinth and Gareth. And the thublime Thinclair tots."
Hyacinth stared at him like he was an idiot.
Which he was, she was quite certain of it.
She shook her head. "How on earth Mother managed to give birth to seven perfectly normal children and one freak is beyond me."
"Thith way to the nurthery." Gregory laughed as she
headed back into the room. "With the thcrumptious little
Tharah and Thamuel Thinclair. Oh, yeth, and don't forget
wee little Thuthannah! — Julia Quinn
Suspiciously Sayings By J.K. Rowling: You can do all sorts of stuff that full-grown wizards can't, Viktor always said "Ron You can do all sorts of stuff that full-grown wizards can't, Viktor always said
"
Ron looked around at her so fast he appeared to crick his neck; rubbing it, he said, "Yeah? What did Vicky say?"
"Ho ho," said Hermione in a bored voice. "He said Harry knew how to do stuff even he didn't, and he was in the final year at Durmstrang."
Ron was looking at Hermione suspiciously.
"You're not still in contact with him are you?"
"So what if I am?" said Hermione coolly, though her face was a little pink. "I can have a pen pal if I
"
"He didn't only want to be your pen pal," said Ron accusingly.
Hermione shook her head exasperatedly and ignored Ron, who was continuing to watch her. — J.K. Rowling
Suspiciously Sayings By Sally Quinn: Even Colin Powell who was everywhere before he became secretary of state, just stopped going Even Colin Powell who was everywhere before he became secretary of state, just stopped going out. I think part of it was he didn't want to be viewed suspiciously by the other people in the White House who rarely go anywhere. — Sally Quinn
Suspiciously Sayings By Shirley A. Martin: He was naked as a jaybird and covered in filth. He moved towards her with He was naked as a jaybird and covered in filth. He moved towards her with the same eerie grace that he had scaled the side of the barn, stopping to sniff the wind and look suspiciously around...His eyes were not yellow now; they were as black as his hair. — Shirley A. Martin
Suspiciously Sayings By Julia Quinn: The youngest one," she interrupted. "The youngest son, I mean. The one who is unmarried.""I The youngest one," she interrupted. "The youngest son, I mean. The one who is unmarried."
"I know who he is."
"Very well, then. What is wrong with him?" At that she cocked her head to the side and waited expectantly.
He thought for a moment. "Nothing."
"You - wait." She blinked. "Nothing?"
He shook his head, then shifted his weight a little; his good foot was beginning to fall asleep. "Nothing comes immediately to mind." It was true. She could do a good deal worse than Gregory Bridgerton.
"Really?" she asked suspiciously. "You find nothing at all objectionable about him."
Marcus pretended to think about this a bit longer. Clearly he was supposed to be playing a role here, probably that of the villain. Or if not that, then the grumpy old man. "I suppose he's a bit young," he said. — Julia Quinn
Suspiciously Sayings By Kylie Scott: I'm sorry I fucked things up. I thought if we could just stay the same, I'm sorry I fucked things up. I thought if we could just stay the same, then everything would be all right and you'd never want to leave. But I didn't give you what you needed and it all went to shit." His beautiful blue eyes shone suspiciously bright. "I'm sorry. I don't want anybody else. You're everything to me, Lena. I've never felt this way about anyone. I need you to know that. You gotta understand that, okay? — Kylie Scott
Suspiciously Sayings By Kathyrn Stockett: When he has disappeared, Mother clears her throat. I don't turn around and look at When he has disappeared, Mother clears her throat. I don't turn around and look at her in the rocking chair. I don't want her to see the disappointment in my face that he's gone.
"Go ahead, Mother," I finally mutter. "Say what you want to say."
"Don't you let him cheapen you."
I look back at her, eye her suspiciously, even though she is so frail under the wool blanket. Sorry is the fool who ever underestimates my mother.
"If Stuart doesn't know how intelligent and kind I raised you to be, he can march straight on back to State Street." She narrows her eyes at the winter land. "Frankly, I don't care much for Stuart. He doesn't know how lucky he was to have you. — Kathyrn Stockett
Suspiciously Sayings By Nick Pageant: He kissed me and then pulled back, looking very serious. "I love you, Mason."There it He kissed me and then pulled back, looking very serious. "I love you, Mason."

There it was. The magical phrase. In every book I'd ever read it was accompanied by either tears or long descriptions of deep stirrings in the chest that sounded suspiciously like coronaries. This wasn't like that at all. It was just a simple statement of how things were. "I love you, too."

"Good," he said with an easy smile. — Nick Pageant
Suspiciously Sayings By Charles Stross: The rules of physics are, in some cases, suspiciously anthropic. The rules of physics are, in some cases, suspiciously anthropic. — Charles Stross
Suspiciously Sayings By Johanna Lindsey: Stop looking so bloody fetching," he said.He might as well have knocked her over, she Stop looking so bloody fetching," he said.
He might as well have knocked her over, she was that surprised. He felt he'd been enticed into kissing her because of the way she looked?! What sort of nonsense was that?
Hurt,and more than a little frustrated to have such a pleasant kiss end that way, she snapped back, "Excuse me while I go smear mud on my face," she pushed him out of her way to stomp down the corridor.
"You'll find some in the backyard!" he called after her in what now sounded suspiciously like amusement.
"Thank you!" she shouted back, not the least bit amused herself. — Johanna Lindsey
Suspiciously Sayings By Anonymous: Ashamed their civilisation had a Diplomatic service at all and so tried to compensate for Ashamed their civilisation had a Diplomatic service at all and so tried to compensate for what they were worried might look to other species suspiciously like a symptom of weakness by ensuring that only the most aggressive and xenophobic Affronters became diplomats, to forestall anybody forming the dangerously preposterous idea the Affront were going soft. — Anonymous
Suspiciously Sayings By Dana Marie Bell: She turned down her street once more, glaring at the garish lights someone had put She turned down her street once more, glaring at the garish lights someone had put up along their house. Might as well light the roof with "Santa Park Here". Sheesh. The closer she got to home, though, the lower her heart sank. The overly bright house looked suspiciously like ... No. Oh, no. He wouldn't. He had. Light up animated animals were dotted all over her lawn. The circle of life has apparently found our power outlet. And why the fuck is there a Star of David on my roof? She wasn't exactly the most church-going member of the community, but you'd think Simon would know what religion she was. After all, she knew exactly who was going to officiate at his funeral. She picked up her cell phone and called Emma. "I'm going to kill him. — Dana Marie Bell
Suspiciously Sayings By Rick Yancey: Ringer, I don't want to burst your bubble, but - ""You don't want to burst Ringer, I don't want to burst your bubble, but - "
"You don't want to burst my bubble butt?"
"That sounded suspiciously like a joke. — Rick Yancey
Suspiciously Sayings By Una LaMarche: It's a scientific fact that there are only a handful of jobs you're allowed to It's a scientific fact that there are only a handful of jobs you're allowed to have if you're one of the leads in a romantic comedy: dog walker, architect, kindergarten teacher, cupcake chef, florist, special needs veterinarian, suspiciously well-paid magazine writer, and independent bookstore owner. So it stands to reason that the likelihood of meeting your soul mate in one is high. — Una LaMarche
Suspiciously Sayings By Naomi Klein: Even climate action at home looks suspiciously like socialism to them; all the calls for Even climate action at home looks suspiciously like socialism to them; all the calls for high-density affordable housing and brand-new public transit are obviously just ways to give backdoor subsidies to the undeserving poor. — Naomi Klein
Suspiciously Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: That sounds suspiciously like faith in me," he mocks. "You see faith where only a That sounds suspiciously like faith in me," he mocks. "You see faith where only a challenge has been issued. Will you fail? — Karen Marie Moning
Suspiciously Sayings By David Berlinski: If the calculus is much like a cathedral, its construction the work of centuries, it If the calculus is much like a cathedral, its construction the work of centuries, it remained until the nineteenth century a cathedral suspiciously suspended in midair, the thing simply hanging there, with no one absolutely convinced that one day the gorgeous and elaborate structure would not come crashing down and fracture in a thousand pieces. — David Berlinski
Suspiciously Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: The disease which had thus entombed the lady in the maturity of youth, had left, The disease which had thus entombed the lady in the maturity of youth, had left, as usual in all maladies of a strictly cataleptical character, the mockery of a faint blush upon the bosom and the face, and that suspiciously lingering smile upon the lip which is so terrible in death — Edgar Allan Poe
Suspiciously Sayings By Andrew James Pritchard: So I pulled the ridiculously small, unwrapped, box from the sleeve of my yukata (as So I pulled the ridiculously small, unwrapped, box from the sleeve of my yukata (as they don't have pockets) and rather overly self-consciously handed it to her. She took the pitiful little box, held it up to her ear and gave it a cautious little rattling shake. -You didn't just put a couple of dried old beans in here, as a joke, did you? She suddenly glared at me suspiciously.
I heard a stifled bark from Yumi at that, and a deep gasp from Uncle Suzuki and Aunt Anda, followed by a moment of silence. -Of course not, you silly old goose, I snapped back, -just open it and you'll see what's inside! — Andrew James Pritchard
Suspiciously Sayings By Simone Elkeles: Alex kneels down to Shelley's level. The simple act of respect tears at something suspiciously Alex kneels down to Shelley's level. The simple act of respect tears at something suspiciously like my heart. Colin always ignores my sister, treating her as if she's blind and deaf as well as physically and mentally disabled. — Simone Elkeles
Suspiciously Sayings By Megan Whalen Turner: The two soldiers laughed, and even the king smiled. Reinforcing Costis's suspicion that Eugenides had The two soldiers laughed, and even the king smiled. Reinforcing Costis's suspicion that Eugenides had been responsible for Ornon's lost sheep, Boagus asked, "Do you still baa like a lamb when he walks into the room?"
Eugenides shook his head. "Ornon took me aside first thing after the coronation and explained that it would be against my dignity."
Aulus and Boagus stared. Eugenides expression was bland.
"He said that?" Aulus asked.
"He did," the king confirmed.
"What did you say?" Boagus asked suspiciously.
"I promised to bark like a sheepdog instead."
The Eddisians chuckled again.
"You don't, though?" Aulus had to ask.
The king eyed him with disgust. "Give me some credit," He said, and when Aulus was visibly relieved, added, "Not when anybody else can hear me. — Megan Whalen Turner
Suspiciously Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: I turned right onto the A410 which went north with suspiciously Roman straightness toward Aymestrey, I turned right onto the A410 which went north with suspiciously Roman straightness toward Aymestrey, which is less a village than a diorama of the last six hundred years of English vernacular architecture stretched along either side of the road. — Ben Aaronovitch
Suspiciously Sayings By Lynn Kurland: Morgan was looking at the food in front of her suspiciously, as if it intended Morgan was looking at the food in front of her suspiciously, as if it intended to merely reside for a bit inside her, then liberate itself at a most inconvenient time. — Lynn Kurland