FEELING the embarrassment
of the moment most painfully on her side, Mrs.
I have often wondered at my father's forbearance in not branding us conspicuously upon our unworthy brows, but as we were tolerably good boys and used our power of embarrassment
and annoyance with commendable moderation, we escaped the iron.
Take my word for it, Laura, that man knows something of Sir Percival's embarrassments
," I said, as we returned the Count's salutation from a safe distance.
Her indignation would have been still stronger than it was, had she not witnessed that embarrassment
which seemed to speak a consciousness of his own misconduct, and prevented her from believing him so unprincipled as to have been sporting with the affections of her sister from the first, without any design that would bear investigation.
Indeed, for some unexplained reason, she was bubbling over with congested laughter, the reason for which mere embarrassment
set one inquiring.
Her uncle and aunt were all amazement; and the embarrassment
of her manner as she spoke, joined to the circumstance itself, and many of the circumstances of the preceding day, opened to them a new idea on the business.
I would not relieve her embarrassment
, and negligently turned over the leaves of a book.
Her behaviour to Sir James certainly speaks the greatest consciousness and embarrassment
, but I see nothing in it more like encouragement.
Henry Tilney," with the embarrassment
of real sensibility began to apologize for his appearance there, acknowledging that after what had passed he had little right to expect a welcome at Fullerton, and stating his impatience to be assured of Miss Morland's having reached her home in safety, as the cause of his intrusion.
I tried to conceal my embarrassment
by handing round cups of tea and rather ill-cut bread-and-butter.
Rose looked at him with an embarrassment
that made him angry with Philip.
I can't understand why he wants to go to the war," replied Pierre, addressing the princess with none of the embarrassment
so commonly shown by young men in their intercourse with young women.
There was no shadow of embarrassment
about her manner, notwithstanding the cold stiffness of Wingrave's deportment.
At the same time, her quickness of apprehension warned her not to risk encouraging this persistent lover, by betraying any embarrassment
on her side.
Yet every time he looked at her, and her eyes met his, he felt painful embarrassment
, and would have looked away had not her eyes dropped so quickly.