No, no, Isabella, you sha’n’t run off,’ she continued, arresting, with feigned playfulness, the confounded girl, who had risen indignantly.
’He quite deserted! we separated!’ she exclaimed, with an accent of indignation.
Miss Linton regarded her sister-in-law with indignation.
He stood by the fire, his back towards me, just finishing a stormy scene with poor Zillah; who ever and anon interrupted her labour to pluck up the corner of her apron, and heave an indignant groan.
I couldn’t withhold giving some loose to my indignation; but Catherine angrily insisted on silence, and threatened to order me out of the kitchen, if I dared to be so presumptuous as to put in my insolent tongue.
Joseph snatched up the food indignantly, and brought it to us.
Go — ’ And, aiding the indignant elder with a lift by the arm, he rid the room of him and closed the door.
Joseph beheld my style of cookery with growing indignation.
Hareton did not appear to feel this threat; so the tears sprang into her eyes with indignation.
After a pause and a prolonged gaze, she resumed; addressing me in accents of indignant disappointment:— ’Oh, you see, Nelly, he would not relent a moment to keep me out of the grave.
If the dead villain could rise from his grave to abuse me for his offspring’s wrongs, I should have the fun of seeing the said offspring fight him back again, indignant that he should dare to rail at the one friend he has in the world!’
Earnshaw blushed crimson when his cousin made this revelation of his private literary accumulations, and stammered an indignant denial of her accusations.
’Yes that’s all the good that such a brute as you can get from them!’ cried Catherine, sucking her damaged lip, and watching the conflagration with indignant eyes.
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She was indignant, but agreed to be searched when they accused her of shoplifting.