1 Mr. Pumblechook and Mrs. Joe stared at one another again, in utter amazement.
2 When at last I put the glass to him, I saw with amazement that his eyes were full of tears.
3 Windy donkey as he was, it really amazed me that he could have the face to talk thus to mine.
4 Whenever he looked at us, we all expressed the greatest interest and amazement, and nodded until he resumed again.
5 And I observed, with great surprise, that he devoted it to staring in my direction as if he were lost in amazement.
6 So he told it, and Herbert was as much moved as amazed, and the dear fellow and I were not the worse friends for the long concealment.
7 I had not advanced another two hundred yards when, to my inexpressible terror, amazement, and indignation, I again beheld Trabb's boy approaching.
8 As he ascended the last stair or two, and the light of my lamp included us both, I saw, with a stupid kind of amazement, that he was holding out both his hands to me.
9 So, Herbert, looking at me with a friendly uneasiness and amazement, complied, and Provis immediately shaking hands with him, said, "Now you're on your oath, you know."
10 Drummle and I then sat snorting at one another for an hour, while the Grove engaged in indiscriminate contradiction, and finally the promotion of good feeling was declared to have gone ahead at an amazing rate.
11 To my unutterable amazement, I now, for the first time, saw Mr. Pocket relieve his mind by going through a performance that struck me as very extraordinary, but which made no impression on anybody else, and with which I soon became as familiar as the rest.
12 She turned her face to me for the first time since she had averted it, and, to my amazement, I may even add to my terror, dropped on her knees at my feet; with her folded hands raised to me in the manner in which, when her poor heart was young and fresh and whole, they must often have been raised to heaven from her mother's side.