adjective, taw·ni·er, taw·ni·est, noun
Definition for tawney (2 of 2)
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He shot a quick look at Tawney, then lowered his eyelid a fraction of an inch.
Dad was no fool, he must have known that Tawney was onto something.
Tawney ignored them, staring at the image of the red planet on the viewscreen almost eagerly.
One of the three stayed awake at all times to watch Tawney while the others slept.
On the floor behind him Tawney moved sluggishly, trying to sit up.