1 So he threw a quick apologetic glance at Carreen and, bowing his head again, began reciting from memory the Episcopal burial service which he had often read over slaves buried at Twelve Oaks.
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2 I should never presume so far, but Miss Melly," and his voice was apologetic, "I'm sorry I had to say that Mr. Wilkes was in Belle Watling's house.
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3 He was properly apologetic for disturbing Scarlett and regretted that in his rush of closing up business before leaving town he had been unable to be present at the funeral.
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4 She was winningly apologetic about it to Juanita, and ashamed that she should have to go on being apologetic.
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5 She was relieved, and apologetic to her friend Maud.
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6 The photographer came out and gave a constrained, apologetic laugh.
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7 He lifted his eyes, when he saw his master, with a half-deprecating, apologetic air.
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8 When Barnwell began to go wrong, I declare that I felt positively apologetic, Pumblechook's indignant stare so taxed me with it.
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9 'Well, sir,' said the waiter, with an apologetic air.
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10 I felt quite apologetic for Traddles.
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11 Back came the Afghan hound, sidling, apologetic.
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12 Winter had made this speech, half apologetic, to his guest, the then Prince of Wales.
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13 not far from here, he added in an apologetic voice, somewhat abashed.
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14 There's no need to be so apologetic," said the information-giver, "it's very commendable for you to be so attentive.
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15 He turned to me apologetically.
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