When, however, ye have an enemy, then return him not good for evil: for that would abash
That you are a princess does not abash
me, but that you are you is enough to make me doubt my sanity as I ask you, my princess, to be mine."
At this the Deputation was greatly abashed
. "It is impossible," they said, moving away; "our king has no skeleton; he was stuffed."
They could all talk well enough when they were out in the street; but as soon as they came inside the palace gates, and saw the guard richly dressed in silver, and the lackeys in gold on the staircase, and the large illuminated saloons, then they were abashed
; and when they stood before the throne on which the Princess was sitting, all they could do was to repeat the last word they had uttered, and to hear it again did not interest her very much.
The people assembled; Mahomet called the hill to come to him, again and again; and when the hill stood still, he was never a whit abashed
, but said, If the hill will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet will go to the hill.
glances of servile wonder were exchanged by the sailors, as this was said; and with fascinated eyes they awaited whatever magic might follow.
Aunt Polly, Mary, and the Harpers threw themselves upon their restored ones, smothered them with kisses and poured out thanksgivings, while poor Huck stood abashed
and uncomfortable, not knowing exactly what to do or where to hide from so many unwelcoming eyes.
I was not so easily abashed
as I had been some years earlier.
But the sick man, though he seemed and was indifferent about it, was not angry, but only abashed
, and on the whole as it were interested in what she was doing with him.
Of course their modesty was not fated to be long- lived, but for a moment they were abashed
. Once let them begin to shout, however, and nothing on earth should disconcert them.
She never was abashed
and is not abashed
now, so she cannot be a bad woman!" He had often begun to make reflections or think aloud in her company, and she had always answered him either by a brief but appropriate remark- showing that it did not interest her- or by a silent look and smile which more palpably than anything else showed Pierre her superiority.
But at this question, Queequeg, who had twice or thrice before taken part in similar ceremonies, looked no ways abashed
; but taking the offered pen, copied upon the paper, in the proper place, an exact counterpart of a queer round figure which was tattooed upon his arm; so that through Captain Peleg's obstinate mistake touching his appellative, it stood something like this: -- Quohog his mark.