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The scout comprehended the action, and very deliberately pursued his own way, continuing, however, his denunciations against the French commander in the same resentful strain.
they cried with resentful voices, as if anticipating a rebellion against this plan by the men.
The slightest reproof, the most mild and justifiable remonstrance, would be met by a resentful glare and an evil shrinking of his thin dry upper lip, a snarl of hate to which he generally added the agreeable sound of grinding teeth.
Women who are never bitter and resentful are often the most querulous; and if Solomon was as wise as he is reputed to be, I feel sure that when he compared a contentious woman to a continual dropping on a very rainy day, he had not a vixen in his eye--a fury with long nails, acrid and selfish.
The dark eye of the young man glanced toward the speaker, but its resentful expression changed in a moment.
Miss Crawford, a little suspicious and resentful of a certain tone of voice, and a certain half-look attending the last expression of his hope, made a hasty finish of her dealings with William Price; and securing his knave at an exorbitant rate, exclaimed, "There, I will stake my last like a woman of spirit.
Unjust I may have been, weak and resentful I have been, but never inconstant.
I have never forgotten it and I sometimes still suffer from it, though it was not resentful.
If her manners have so great an influence on my resentful heart, you may judge how much more strongly they operate on Mr.
A close observer might perhaps detect both in her eye and her brother's, when their venerable grandsire anticipates his being gone, some little impatience to know when he may be going, and some resentful opinion that it is time he went.
She could almost be angry herself at such angry incivility; but she checked the resentful sensation; she remembered her own ignorance.
His own picture was all right, he knew that a day or two before, and he was vaguely resentful of Philip's attitude.