- Rosa, very much abashed, says, "No, if you please, my Lady!" and glances up, and glances down, and don’t know where to look, but looks all the prettier.
- Volumnia, abashed again, suggests, by somebody—to advise and make arrangements.
- The people even like me as I go about, and make so much of me that I am quite abashed.
- Mad, young gentleman," she returned so quickly that he was quite abashed.
- Vholes," explains the client, somewhat abashed, "I had no intention to accuse you of insensibility."
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