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looking relieved but hesitating to accept the offer.
Fairfax, not displeased at being thus relieved of a lighter attendance on Mr.
There, with spirits freshened, and thoughts a little relieved, she had taken a few turns, when she saw Mr.
Shortly after his departure, such anxieties on Magdalen's account as her mind was now able to feel were relieved by better news than her last night's experience had inclined her to hope for.
Lorry, "be sensibly relieved if he could prevail upon himself to impart that secret brooding to any one, when it is on him?
Dejah Thoris and I were thrown clear of him and fell upon the soft moss with scarcely a jar; but the poor beast was in a pitiable condition, not even being able to rise, although relieved of our weight.
I reckoned then we should have eight hours to swim before sunrise, an operation quite practicable if we relieved each other.
For a time we did not see how this change affected our position, save that we were relieved of our fear of the Black Smoke.
He was too happy, however, to need much attention; and luckily for the others, the business of love-making relieved them from a great deal of his company.
Julia felt rather relieved than otherwise, when the vessel which contained her hero was hid from view by a mountain that they doubled.
Adam was relieved to have an active task--both of them were relieved to be apart from each other for a short time.
The Sioux, therefore, saw with jealousy the American traders pushing their way up the Missouri; foreseeing that the upper tribes would thus be relieved from all dependence on them for supplies; nay, what was worse, would be furnished with fire-arms, and elevated into formidable rivals.