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And now," he said, "hear me too, for it is I who am the most aggrieved.
His prompt reply to all complaints and remonstrances was--the butt-end of a handspike, so convincingly administered as effectually to silence the aggrieved party.
He was evidently surprised and slightly aggrieved at his own ignorance.
My gentle somnambulist,' said Mr Mifflin, aggrieved, 'I was doing nothing with this tiller.
Boythorn showed a manifest desire to abandon his right of way and do whatever Sir Leicester would, which Sir Leicester, conceiving to be a condescension to his illness or misfortune, took in such high dudgeon, and was so magnificently aggrieved by, that Mr.
Give them what you wish of it, what you think will not harm them, but do not feel aggrieved if they laugh at you.
Philander, with a mildly puzzled expression on his face, turned to pursue Professor Porter, and in his mind he was revolving the question of whether he should feel complimented or aggrieved at Miss Porter's rather backhanded compliment.
His face, covered with pimples, was neither thoughtful nor even contemptuous; it wore an expression of complacent satisfaction in demanding his rights and in being an aggrieved party.
And Dunyasha, with clenched teeth, without replying but with an aggrieved look on her face, hastily got into the coach to rearrange the seat.
If so, surely they had better send Amy to us--" and in the mysterious delight of learning further details of these arrangements, and suggesting more sensible plans of her own, which, from the aggrieved way in which she spoke, she did not seem to expect any one to adopt, Mrs.
He was genuinely sorry for every one, but at the same time he missed Helen considerably, and was a little aggrieved by the constant presence of the two young men.
Rosamond felt that she was aggrieved, and that this was what Lydgate had to recognize.
As I have told you my own aphorism I feel I ought in fairness to record that of this aggrieved servant.
But you just told me to," protested Davy aggrieved.
Hang it all, Trent," he remarked in an aggrieved tone, "you might be a bit more amiable