1 Edna seated herself with every appearance of discomfort.
2 "Don't banter me," she said, wounded at what appeared to be his flippancy.
3 And just as soon as Ratignolle appeared on the scene, then it WAS like a dog.
4 Arobin appeared nonplused, and asked Edna if there were any one else she cared to ask.
5 Beholding Mrs. Pontellier make her appearance, the girl had at once suspected a lovers' rendezvous.
6 She was very amiable during the walk back, and raved much over Edna's appearance in her bathing suit.
7 But she did not mind; there appeared to be a hundred different things demanding her attention indoors.
8 But there was nothing systematic about the programme, no appearance of prearrangement nor even premeditation.
9 She sat low at the instrument, and the lines of her body settled into ungraceful curves and angles that gave it an appearance of deformity.
10 It embarrassed her; for in a cooler, quieter moment it appeared to her, absurd that she should have taken his action so seriously, so dramatically.
11 He had come to purchase a wedding gift for his daughter, Janet, and an outfit for himself in which he might make a creditable appearance at her marriage.
12 The cut glass, the silver, the heavy damask which daily appeared upon the table were the envy of many women whose husbands were less generous than Mr. Pontellier.
13 There was something extremely gorgeous about the appearance of the table, an effect of splendor conveyed by a cover of pale yellow satin under strips of lace-work.
14 The boy grew more daring, and Mrs. Pontellier might have found herself, in a little while, listening to a highly colored story but for the timely appearance of Madame Lebrun.
15 When they reached the cottage, the two seated themselves with some appearance of fatigue upon the upper step of the porch, facing each other, each leaning against a supporting post.
16 There was something in her attitude, in her whole appearance when she leaned her head against the high-backed chair and spread her arms, which suggested the regal woman, the one who rules, who looks on, who stands alone.
17 Now, flanked by its dozen or more cottages, which were always filled with exclusive visitors from the "Quartier Francais," it enabled Madame Lebrun to maintain the easy and comfortable existence which appeared to be her birthright.
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