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indignant
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • "Those Pye girls are cheats all round," said Diana indignantly
  • But Anne continued to face Mrs. Rachel undauntedly, head up, eyes blazing, hands clenched, passionate indignation exhaling from her like an atmosphere.
  • "Marilla Cuthbert, you don’t mean to say that you are upholding her in such a terrible display of temper as we’ve just seen?" demanded Mrs. Rachel indignantly.
  • "When did you ever hear of me starving people into good behavior?" demanded Marilla indignantly.
  • Marilla made no reply, but she hit the unlucky sorrel such a vicious clip with the whip that the fat mare, unused to such treatment, whizzed indignantly down the lane at an alarming pace.
  • She flashed one indignant glance at Gilbert from eyes whose angry sparkle was swiftly quenched in equally angry tears.
  • With resentful eyes and passion-red cheeks she confronted alike Diana’s sympathetic gaze and Charlie Sloane’s indignant nods and Josie Pye’s malicious smiles.
  • Tillie Boulter was real indignant.
  • Mrs. Barry is so indignant.
  • "I should think not," exclaimed Diana indignantly.

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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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