That hiss, faint as it was, irritated
the irascible gentleman, and sealed the culprit's fate.
The chattering crowd, with their rude jokes cried out from wagon to wagon, sometimes irritated
Carr, with an attempt at jocularity that did not, however, disguise an irritated
By means of them, the sufferer's conscience had been kept in an irritated
state, the tendency of which was, not to cure by wholesome pain, but to disorganize and corrupt his spiritual being.
Heated and irritated
as he was by his spasmodic toil at the pumps, for all his first nameless feeling of forbearance the sweating Steelkilt could but ill brook this bearing in the mate; but somehow still smothering the conflagration within him, without speaking he remained doggedly rooted to his seat, till at last the incensed Radney shook the hammer within a few inches of his face, furiously commanding him to do his bidding.
It has before been hinted, perhaps, that every little untoward circumstance that befel him, and which indirectly sprang from his luckless mishap, almost invariably irritated
or exasperated Ahab.
The escape of Cassy and Emmeline irritated
the before surly temper of Legree to the last degree; and his fury, as was to be expected, fell upon the defenceless head of Tom.
At custom-houses the multitude file tediously through, hot and irritated
, and look on while the officers burrow into the trunks and make a mess of everything; but you hand your keys to the courier and sit still.
You'd change your mind," said Wilson, with irritated
bluntness, "if you knew the entire scheme instead of only part of it.
Huck was irritated
to think he had been such a goose and betrayed such a suspicious excitement, for he had dropped the idea that the parcel brought from the tavern was the treasure, as soon as he had heard the talk at the widow's stile.
It is needless to say that Rebecca irritated
her aunt with every breath she drew.
Her regard was receiving strength by invariable praise of him, and her regrets kept alive, and feelings irritated
by ceaseless repetitions of Miss Hawkins's happiness, and continual observation of, how much he seemed attached