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  • Her indignation failed her, and she broke off sobbing.
  • All the way to Stone Lodge, as with grave indignation he led the two delinquents home, he repeated at intervals ’What would Mr. Bounderby say?’
  • ’Of course no,’ said the gentleman, with an indignant look at the wrong half.
  • They looked at Stephen’s worn face, rendered more pathetic by the homely emotions it evinced; and, in the kindness of their nature, they were more sorry than indignant.
  • Nor was it merely the stranger who noticed this, because there was a native organization in Coketown itself, whose members were to be heard of in the House of Commons every session, indignantly petitioning for acts of parliament that should make these people religious by main force.
  • With his very ears a bright purple shot with crimson, he pent up his indignation, however, and said: ’You’d like to keep her here for a time?’
  • Aye, have I!’ said Mrs. Pegler, with indignant pride.
  • Nothing that a Noodle does, can awaken surprise or indignation; the proceedings of a Noodle can only inspire contempt.’
  • A general recollection that this was the kind of thing the Police said to the swell mob, caused Mr. Harthouse to ask the waiter in return, with bristling indignation, what the Devil he meant by ’wanted’?
  • Inappeasably indignant with her for her triumphant discovery of Mrs. Pegler, he turned this presumption, on the part of a woman in her dependent position, over and over in his mind, until it accumulated with turning like a great snowball.

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  • She was indignant, but agreed to be searched when they accused her of shoplifting.
  • "I am not a fool," she said indignantly.

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