1 The next meeting of the two Mansfield families produced another alteration in the plan, and one that was admitted with general approbation.
2 But still it has not your approbation.
3 Miss Crawford smiled her perfect approbation; and hastened to complete the gift by putting the necklace round her, and making her see how well it looked.
4 It was about the necklace, which she was now most earnestly longing to return, and hoped to obtain his approbation of her doing.
5 Everything might be possible rather than serious attachment, or serious approbation of it toward her.
6 He was not intending, however, by such action, to be conveying to her that unqualified approbation and encouragement which her hopes drew from it.
7 For her approbation, the particular reason of his going into Norfolk at all, at this unusual time of year, was given.
8 This was a very strong expression of approbation, an uncommonly hearty welcome, from a person of Mr. Sikes' temperament.
9 He has certainly a very marked influence over her, for I have seen her continually glance at him as she talked as if seeking approbation for what she said.
The Hound of the Baskervilles By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In Chapter 8. First Report of Dr. Watson
10 Until the previous summer, Stuart had courted India Wilkes with the approbation of both families and the entire County.
11 Gerald did not see his daughter in the shadow of the trees, and he drew rein in the road, patting his horse's neck with approbation.
12 There was a glow of grim pride in her usually gentle face, approbation and a fierce joy in her smile that equaled the fiery tumult in Scarlett's own bosom.
13 That would probably upset Frank, for he was timid and fond of the approbation of his friends.
14 Uncas pressed closer to his side, and regarded the speaker with a look of commendation, while his father expressed his satisfaction by the ordinary pithy exclamation of approbation.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 22
15 A suppressed, but still distinct murmur of approbation ran through the crowd at this generous proposition; even the fiercest among the Delaware warriors manifesting pleasure at the manliness of the intended sacrifice.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 30