1 Carol perceived that Mrs. Dyer was accustomed to this indignity.
2 There are men from whom warm words are small indignity.
3 The maiden drew back in lofty womanly reserve, and her dark eye kindled, while the rich blood shot, like the passing brightness of the sun, into her very temples, at the indignity.
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4 Miss Bingley warmly resented the indignity he had received, in an expostulation with her brother for talking such nonsense.
5 She turned on him with a sudden flash of indignation.
6 The twins looked at the determined black boy in perplexity and indignation.
7 There was indignation in his hoarse bass voice but also a wheedling note, and Scarlett teasingly clicked her tongue against her teeth as she reached out to pull his cravat into place.
8 Toby, who had handled Gerald's horses for twenty years, pushed out his lips in mute indignation at being told how to conduct his own business.
9 At this defiant heresy, Mammy's brow lowered with indignation.
10 He bowed and sauntered off, leaving her with her bosom heaving with impotent rage and indignation.
11 Mrs. Elsing, Mrs. Merriwether and Mrs. Whiting were red with indignation.
12 And, instead of turning her against him, it only made her more timidly gracious toward him because of her indignation at what she fancied was a gross injustice done him.
13 The doctor's letter was the first of a chorus of indignation that was beginning to be heard all over the South against speculators, profiteers and holders of government contracts.
14 A hasty note from Darcy Meade to the doctor, the only first-hand information Atlanta received during those first days of July, was passed from hand to hand, with mounting indignation.
15 Scarlett was furious with embarrassment and indignation.