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I don't feel as if it was worth while to turn my hand over for anything, and I'm getting dreadfully fretful and querulous.
She wondered if she should ever see him, but she knew that if she did she should not like him, and he would not like her, and that she should only stand and stare at him and say nothing, though she should be wanting dreadfully to ask him why he had done such a queer thing.
He'll find the books dreadfully complicated; he'll suggest sending for an accountant; he'll settle the business off hand, by lending the money in the meantime; he'll jog back comfortably in the miller's gig; and he'll tell us all how pleasant the lanes were in the cool of the evening.
I was dreadfully frightened, and so giddy that I clung to him with both hands, and said, "If you would kindly please to let me keep upright, sir, perhaps I shouldn't be sick, and perhaps I could attend more.
Then the King understood that he had been tricked, and he was dreadfully angry.
I never have seen men more dreadfully affected than the pirates.
He was dreadfully short-sighted, and there is no pleasure in taking in a husband who never sees anything.
PETER was most dreadfully frightened; he rushed all over the garden, for he had forgotten the way back to the gate.
The count's eye expanded; he knew Albert had insulted the count dreadfully, and that in every country in the world such an insult would lead to a deadly duel.
I am aware how dreadfully angry it will make mamma, but I remember the risk.
This frightened him dreadfully, and away he ran to the back door; but there the dog jumped up and bit him in the leg; and as he was crossing over the yard the ass kicked him; and the cock, who had been awakened by the noise, crowed with all his might.
He knew what was coming and was dreadfully frightened, but in his fright there was a certain exultation.