He sauntered up to the table.
She left him there to dress and sauntered to the door.
She sauntered up the drive, trying to appear casual.
He chuckled as he sauntered back to the piano.
Finally, she turned and sauntered back into the apartment.
He sauntered to the stove and poured himself another cup of steaming coffee.
A few minutes later he sauntered into the kitchen and leaned against the door jam.
The Quincy sisters sauntered down.
She sauntered out to the porch for some more unnecessary rest in the rocker.
With a final glance at the approaching figures, she dropped from the wagon seat and sauntered over to join the men at the cook fire.
Alex sauntered over to the bed and gazed down at her with a strange expression.
The night had cooled but it remained winter-pleasant as Dean sauntered into a Main Street bar.
He wasn't in the lobby, so she stepped outside the hotel and sauntered down the boardwalk.
He sauntered over to her and rested one foot on the log.
She had barely relaxed when the amber-eyed man sauntered out the door.
He pushed away from the couch and sauntered over to the stove, holding his hands over its warmth.
With the glass in one hand and the letter in another, he sauntered into his office.
She sauntered over to him with her hands behind her back.
He sauntered down Main Street, the hint of a self-satisfied smirk playing across full, pink lips.
As Dean left the building, the jailer sauntered back to Fred's cell.
He dropped a light kiss on her temple then sauntered to the bar.
She then turned and sauntered towards Victor, not a hint of fear in her carriage "Hello, Victor" His greeting was returned with a hiss, "Elisabeth!"
Mrs. Lincoln sauntered into the room, blinking her eyes at the late hour, and Fred reached down and picked her up with one arm, taking a beer from Dean with the other.
sauntered back into the consultation room naked.
inartistic prospect she sauntered out and downstairs to see what her maid might be about.
One of them sauntered past, a model of calm confidence as he sniffed the air and scanned the plain.
We sauntered up the flight with no one around, arriving at the top at 12.30.
Instead, he sauntered into the dining room and sat next to Edith as she halved a muffin and in tiny motions spread it with butter and marmalade.
The young man looped the bridle over a low maple limb, and leaving the horse standing sauntered over to the bench.
In a hot car under heavy traffic we sauntered along the route, eventually arriving in Penzance, quite frazzled.
sauntered round the croft and down the lane.
sauntered past, a model of calm confidence as he sniffed the air and scanned the plain.
sauntered slowly over to the door, staying near the house, keeping in the shadows.
Mac casually sauntered over with an air of the expert showing the amateurs how to do it.
sauntered down the winding staircase to take a look at the rest of the yacht.
sauntered up the flight with no one around, arriving at the top at 12.30.
sawdust floor sauntered Frank, with those coal black eyes of his glued to Ellie like it was her lucky day.
I could not remain in the house, but sauntered round the croft and down the lane.
Another cultural difference soon became evident during the clinic: most patients, after undressing, sauntered back into the consultation room naked.
Paddy sauntered slowly over to the door, staying near the house, keeping in the shadows.
On leaving we sauntered down the winding staircase to take a look at the rest of the yacht.
So across the sawdust floor sauntered Frank, with those coal black eyes of his glued to Ellie like it was her lucky day.
Ursula Andress: The actress and Bond Girl set a new precedent in bikinis when she sauntered from the ocean onto the beach in Dr. No. The white bikini showed off Andress's great legs to perfection.
Acoustic folk god Bob Dylan shocked everyone when he sauntered up on stage at the Newport Folk Festival with an electric guitar and plugged in.
Fred O'Connor sauntered into the room, resplendent in bow tie and jacket, carrying a plate of cinnamon toast.
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