A doubt of her regard, supposing him to feel it, need not give him more than inquietude
. It would not be likely to produce that dejection of mind which frequently attended him.
Oftenest I have unwisely uttered my wisdom in the ears of sick persons, when the inquietude
of fever made them toss about upon my cushion.
On this eventful day, moreover, there was a certain singular inquietude
and excitement in her mood, resembling nothing so much as the shimmer of a diamond, that sparkles and flashes with the varied throbbings of the breast on which it is displayed.
le Prince!" said Gaston, with an inquietude
that escaped none of the assistants, and consequently redoubled the general curiosity.
He listened to his father in silence, and attempted not any defence, which confirmed her in fearing that the inquietude
of his mind, on Isabella's account, might, by keeping him long sleepless, have been the real cause of his rising late.
Still, as I urged our leaving Ireland with such inquietude
and impatience, my father thought it best to yield.
The young man cast a glance at the first musket and saw, with a certain degree of inquietude
, that it was leveled in his direction; but as soon as he perceived that the orifice of the barrel was motionless, he threw himself upon the ground.
"Believe me, madame, I feel most grateful for your kindness, but I got out of my travelling carriage at your door this morning, and I am ignorant how I am installed in Paris, which I scarcely know; this is but a trifling inquietude
, I know, but one that may be appreciated."
By daybreak he had gained sufficient distance to relieve him from the terrors of his savage foes; but now new sources of inquietude
They watched the result with increasing interest, but with a coldness of demeanour that concealed the nature of their inquietude
. From this state of embarrassment, and as it might readily have proved of disorganisation, the tribe was unexpectedly relieved by the decision of the one most interested in the success of the aged chief's designs.
It wrung my heart to think that I had had to keep anything from her and so caused her inquietude
. Thank God, this will be the last night of her looking on at our conferences, and feeling the sting of our not showing our confidence.
The consciousness of having done amiss, had exposed her to a thousand inquietudes
, and made her captious and irritable to a degree that must have been that had beenhard for him to bear.