Elizabeth could not conceive how such an absurd suspicion should occur to her, and indignantly answered for each party’s perfectly knowing their situation.
Upon the hint of having spoken disrespectfully or carelessly of the family and the family honours, he was quite indignant.
There was never any burst of feeling, any warmth of indignation or delight, at the evil or good of others.
With a confidence in Mr Elliot’s regard, more creditable to his feelings than his judgement, Mr Smith had appointed him the executor of his will; but Mr Elliot would not act, and the difficulties and distress which this refusal had heaped on her, in addition to the inevitable sufferings of her situation, had been such as could not be related without anguish of spirit, or listened to without corresponding indignation.
"I love your indignation," said he; "it is very natural.
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She was indignant, but agreed to be searched when they accused her of shoplifting.