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For the present the danger was over, and Fanny's sick feelings subsided; but when tea was soon afterwards brought in, and Sir Thomas, getting up, said that he found that he could not be any longer in the house without just looking into his own dear room, every agitation was returning.
It is not a Christian religion, in the first place," said the latter, in extreme agitation, quite out of proportion to the necessity of the moment.
I came into this room with anguish in my heart," continued the prince, with ever-growing agitation, speaking quicker and quicker, and with increasing strangeness.
And Aramis continued walking about with increased agitation.
It was soon seen, notwithstanding the darkness, that some sort of agitation reigned on board the vessel, from the side of which a skiff was lowered, of which the three rowers, bending to their oars, took the direction of the port, and in a few instants struck land at the foot of the fort.
But her agitation flashed the queerest lights upon her past.
It was a mood that took such clear-eyed account of the conditions of human life that he was not disturbed in the least by the gliding presence of a taxicab, and without agitation he perceived that Katharine was conscious of it also, and turned her head in that direction.
The associations of these letters had been made the more painful by that sudden attack of illness which she felt that the agitation caused by her anger might have helped to bring on: it would be time enough to read them when they were again thrust upon her, and she had had no inclination to fetch them from the library.
Before he could get to the end of the sentence Miss Jethro's agitation broke through her reserve.
where Dexter, in a moment of ungovernable agitation, betrays his own secret to Valeria.
Just at this crisis, as though she comprehended all this agitation regarding herself, the moon shone forth with serene splendor, eclipsing by her intense illumination all the surrounding lights.
But, in spite of that, the mother had spent the whole of that winter in a state of terrible anxiety and agitation.
This idea was probably suggested by the extreme agitation I had exhibited when the mode of the murder had been described.
Bumble's arms; and that gentleman in his agitation, imprinted a passionate kiss upon her chaste nose.
Pickwick stood up in a state of great agitation, and took a glance at the court.