When poor Southwark got into the Divorce Court, their indignation was quite magnificent.
A cry of pain and indignation broke from him.
…table-napkins wrought for the Priest of the Sun, on which were displayed all the dainties and viands that could be wanted for a feast; the mortuary cloth of King Chilperic, with its three hundred golden bees; the fantastic robes that excited the indignation of the Bishop of Pontus, and were figured with "lions, panthers, bears, dogs, forests, rocks, hunters—all, in fact, that a painter can copy from nature;" and the coat that Charles of Orleans once wore, on the sleeves of which were…
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She was indignant, but agreed to be searched when they accused her of shoplifting.