"And the only reason she gave you was that the light caused her a painful sensation
if it fell on her uncovered skin?"
But at length a painful sensation
drew them from their watchings.
Meanwhile, Maggie sat at her stall cold and trembling, with that painful sensation
in the eyes which comes from resolutely repressed tears.
Catherine looked up, and instinctively raised her hand to her cheek: his neighbourhood revived a painful sensation
. Anybody else would have been incapable of regarding the childish act with sternness, but he scowled on her and muttered - 'Oh!
If he did not come, the painful sensation
became most intense; if, on the contrary, he appeared, his noble countenance, his brilliant eyes, his amiability, his polite attention even towards Madame Danglars, soon dispelled every impression of fear.
It takes a good deal to daunt the New York dancing man, but the invasion of the floor by Bill and the Good Sport undoubtedly caused a profound and even painful sensation
. Linked together they formed a living projectile which might well have intimidated the bravest.
Now do they set forth how it will doubtless be remembered that some time back a painful sensation
was created in the public mind by a case of mysterious death from opium occurring in the first floor of the house occupied as a rag, bottle, and general marine store shop, by an eccentric individual of intemperate habits, far advanced in life, named Krook; and how, by a remarkable coincidence, Krook was examined at the inquest, which it may be recollected was held on that occasion at the Sol's Arms, a well-conducted tavern immediately adjoining the premises in question on the west side and licensed to a highly respectable landlord, Mr.
They were fixed on me in half-smiling curiosity, and I felt a painful sensation
as if a sharp wind were cutting me.
It would indeed give me most painful sensations
to know that it were not in your power to receive me.
"Oh, oh, oh!" he kept repeating in despair, as he remembered the acutely painful sensations
caused him by this quarrel.
She could not have supposed it in the power of any concurrence of circumstances to give her so many painful sensations
on the first day of hearing of William's promotion.
Elizabeth's eyes were fixed on her with most painful sensations
, and she watched her progress through the several stanzas with an impatience which was very ill rewarded at their close; for Mary, on receiving, amongst the thanks of the table, the hint of a hope that she might be prevailed on to favour them again, after the pause of half a minute began another.