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made me think him, in spite of my misgivings, a very handsome man.
I tell you what, Sir Franz," cried Albert, "you deserve to be called out for such a misgiving and incredulous glance as that you were pleased to bestow on me just now.
Still, I have a strong misgiving that the old merman's daughter Thetis has been talking you over, for she was with you and had hold of your knees this self-same morning.
Fox seems to have lost all firmness of spirit on the occasion, and to have regarded the service with a misgiving heart.
Within all was dark; but she entered as freely and with as little misgiving or restraint as if it had been broad daylight.
However, as the moment for the girl's setting out drew nigh, when the first excitement of the dressing had passed off, a slight misgiving found place in Joan Durbeyfield's mind.
Snagsby with a misgiving that he has not improved the matter.
Accordingly, though with much misgiving, I did his ticklish behest in Fleet Street, where, despite my past, I was already making a certain lowly footing for myself.
The virtuous prince confronts the gods, without any misgiving.
With a good deal of curiosity and some misgiving I obeyed.
Where imposture, ignorance, and brutal cupidity, are the stock in trade of a small body of men, and one is described by these characteristics, all his fellows will recognise something belonging to themselves, and each will have a misgiving that the portrait is his own.
She felt some uneasiness at the anxiety of these men, increased by the recollection of their whispering together down stairs and their slight confusion when she awoke, nor was she quite free from a misgiving that they were not the fittest companions she could have stumbled on.