To think that this is my twentieth birthday, and that I've left my teens behind me forever," said Anne, who was curled up
on the hearth-rug with Rusty in her lap, to Aunt Jamesina who was reading in her pet chair.
On the few occasions when anything amused him, he curled up a little at the corners of the lips, nothing more.
The corners of the Sergeant's melancholy mouth curled up, and he looked hard in my face, just as he had looked in the garden.
He curled up again at the corners of the lips, and disappeared.
His cheeks and chin were in the bluest bloom of smooth shaving; his nose was short Roman; his lips long, thin, and supple, curled up
at the corners with a mildly-humorous smile.