- Oak went up to the door a little abashed: his mental rehearsal and the reality had had no common grounds of opening.
- Bathsheba did not speak, and he mechanically repeated in an abashed and sad voice,— "Do you want a shepherd, ma’am?"
- They slightly thrilled and abashed her.
- Figures stepped singly and in pairs through the doors—all walking awkwardly, and abashed, save the foremost, who wore a red jacket, and advanced with his hands in his pockets, whistling.
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