I saw the vague figures of the watch grouped in the waist, gazing in awed
It had such large windows --CROISEES that opened like doors, with such broad, clear panes of glass; such a great looking-glass stood on my dressing-table --such a fine mirror glittered over the mantelpiece--the painted floor looked so clean and glossy; when I had dressed and was descending the stairs, the broad marble steps almost awed
me, and so did the lofty hall into which they conducted.
As soon as Mehevi noticed the effect the intelligence had produced upon me, and the impatience I betrayed to reach the sea, his countenance assumed that inflexible rigidity of expression which had so awed
me on the afternoon of our arrival at the house of Marheyo.
She was disheartened by Lady Bertram's silence, awed
by Sir Thomas's grave looks, and quite overcome by Mrs.
It was the first time that I had heard her speak so of De Griers: consequently, I was momentarily awed
into silence by this expression of resentment.
Many people mistake the shy man's timidity for overbearing arrogance and are awed
and insulted by it.
If he could have got her in his arms again he might have swept away her arguments; but she still held him at a distance by something inscrutably aloof in her look and attitude, and by his own awed
sense of her sincerity.