1 Our man on the beat saw a light there about two in the morning, and as the house was an empty one, suspected that something was amiss.
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2 Come," said the lawyer, "I see you have some good reason, Poole; I see there is something seriously amiss.
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3 I seek to repair what is amiss, if I possibly can; and I hope you will assist me in a good spirit, Bounderby, for I have been very much distressed.
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4 You thought amiss, Sir Knight," said Athelstane, "and Wamba lied.
5 He did not appear in spirits: something unconnected with her was probably amiss.
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6 Nothing seemed amiss on the side of the Great House family, which was generally, as Anne very well knew, the least to blame.
7 I thought something was amiss, because of the boxes.
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8 As soon as they reached the car and horse Venn guessed that something new was amiss, and hastened to follow in the course of the moving light.
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9 A bit and a drap wouldn't be amiss now, I reckon.
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10 Be in your chamber then at that hour, and do not take it amiss if your visitor wear a mask.
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11 The candle in his hand shone upon his eager, stooping face, and told me at a glance that something was amiss.
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12 When they got into the hall, Jo asked Laurie if she had said something amiss.
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13 If he's done anything amiss, he shall confess, beg pardon, and be punished.
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14 But owing to the flutter she was in, everything went amiss.
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15 Therefore it will not be amiss if I remind you of them.