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Just then a warrior forced his way into the exasperated crowd.
It exasperated me that even in the street I could not be on an even footing with him.
replied the young man, additionally exasperated with this mixture of insolence and good manners, of politeness and scorn.
These glances frequently exasperated the pride of Danglars, but this evening he took no notice of them.
Her resistance exasperated Theodore's love and so in order to satisfy it (or perchance ingenuously), he offered to marry her.
But in maintaining armed men there in place of colonies one spends much more, having to consume on the garrison all the income from the state, so that the acquisition turns into a loss, and many more are exasperated, because the whole state is injured; through the shifting of the garrison up and down all become acquainted with hardship, and all become hostile, and they are enemies who, whilst beaten on their own ground, are yet able to do hurt.
Not much it won't," replied the tall soldier, exasperated.
As the mayor had foreseen, the sight of the guards had exasperated the mob.
The whole force amounted to several hundred fighting men, gloomy and exasperated by their late disaster.
Bartle hurried away from the rectory, evading Carroll's conversational advances, and saying in an exasperated tone to Vixen, whose short legs pattered beside him on the gravel, "Now, I shall be obliged to take you with me, you good-for-nothing woman.
If your High Excellency will listen for a moment to the shouts of the exasperated populace--" ("of the exasperated populace
Her sex once ascertained, their idolatry was changed into contempt and there was no end to the contumely showered upon her by the savages, who were exasperated at the deception which they conceived had been practised upon them.
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