1 murmur of amazement went through the throng, for.
2 Laurie, though decidedly amazed, behaved with great presence of mind.
3 They would have been still more amazed if they had seen what Beth did afterward.
4 Her amazed look and quick answer caused Laurie to repair his error as fast as possible.
5 You know I proposed the cupboard, broke in Snodgrass, who was enjoying the joke amazingly.
6 It was really amazing, for everyone seemed in a heavenly frame of mind, and self-denial was all the fashion.
7 This was a surprise even to the actors, and when they saw the table, they looked at one another in rapturous amazement.
8 And, to the utter amazement of the assembled family, Beth walked deliberately down the garden, through the hedge, and in at the Laurences' door.
9 And Jo felt as if during that fortnight her sister had grown up amazingly, and was drifting away from her into a world where she could not follow.
10 No one ate much, but everyone looked very happy, and the old room seemed to brighten up amazingly when the first romance of the family began there.
11 "The coolness of you two rascals is amazing," began Mr. Pickwick, trying to get up an awful frown and only succeeding in producing an amiable smile.
12 But it is, as she presently discovered, for her spirits began to rise, and her table to blossom under her skillful hands, the girls were very kind, and that one little act seemed to have cleared the atmosphere amazingly.
13 Amy's face was a study when she saw her sister skim into the next drawing room, kiss all the young ladies with effusion, beam graciously upon the young gentlemen, and join in the chat with a spirit which amazed the beholder.
14 He flattered himself that he knew Jo pretty well, and was, therefore, much amazed by the contradictions of voice, face, and manner, which she showed him in rapid succession that day, for she was in half a dozen different moods in the course of half an hour.
15 John never asked to see it, but she always insisted on his doing so, and used to enjoy his masculine amazement at the queer things women wanted, and made him guess what piping was, demand fiercely the meaning of a hug-me-tight, or wonder how a little thing composed of three rosebuds, a bit of velvet, and a pair of strings, could possibly be a bonnet, and cost six dollars.