1 Edna looked straight before her with a self-absorbed expression upon her face.
2 Arobin pulled off his coat, and expressed himself ready and willing to tempt fate in her place.
3 She was not accustomed to an outward and spoken expression of affection, either in herself or in others.
4 Her husband noticed, and thought it was the expression of a deep filial attachment which he had never suspected.
5 The boys were dragging along the banquette a small "express wagon," which they had filled with blocks and sticks.
6 Even her husband, when he came down the Saturday following Robert's departure, expressed regret that he had gone.
7 Her face was captivating by reason of a certain frankness of expression and a contradictory subtle play of features.
8 Victor expressed his desire and intention to call upon Miss Highcamp at the first opportunity which presented itself.
9 She played very well, keeping excellent waltz time and infusing an expression into the strains which was indeed inspiring.
10 Mr. Pontellier, unable to read his newspaper with any degree of comfort, arose with an expression and an exclamation of disgust.
11 He endeavored, in a general way, to express a particular disapproval, and only succeeded in arousing the ire and opposition of his father-in-law.
12 She expressed her gratification by repairing forthwith to the region of the gasoline stove and rewarding her guest with the promised cup of coffee.
13 He filled his match safe, but did not light his cigarette until he left her, after she had expressed her willingness to go to the races with him again.
14 In the presence of others she expressed admiration for his exalted gifts, as she handed the photograph around and dwelt upon the fidelity of the likeness.
15 Robert followed her work with close attention, giving forth little ejaculatory expressions of appreciation in French, which he addressed to Madame Ratignolle.
16 Their freedom of expression was at first incomprehensible to her, though she had no difficulty in reconciling it with a lofty chastity which in the Creole woman seems to be inborn and unmistakable.
17 As the day approached when he was to leave her for a comparatively long stay, she grew melting and affectionate, remembering his many acts of consideration and his repeated expressions of an ardent attachment.
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