1 Startled, at first abashed, Charles blushed at the rebuff and then, seeing how her eyes were fastened on his sister, he smiled.
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2 He patted her shoulder timidly, gingerly at first, and when she did not rebuff him he became bolder and patted her firmly.
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3 And she could understand his shrewd caginess, so like her own, his obstinate pride that kept him from admitting his love for fear of a rebuff.
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4 The woman's resentment of the rebuff seemed to spur her lagging ideas.
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5 Lily thought she understood the reason of the rebuff.
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6 They had not told her that word of Miles's rebuff to Vida had spread through town, a cyclonic fury.
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7 She saw in him the peculiar tight rebuff against anyone of the lower classes who might be really climbing up, which she knew was characteristic of his breed.
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8 But every rebuff stored up new energy of will in her.
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9 Annoyed at the churlish rebuff, I turned my back and walked home.
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10 I almost expected a rebuff for this hardly well-timed question, but, on the contrary, waking out of his scowling abstraction, he turned his eyes towards me, and the shade seemed to clear off his brow.
11 It was vain to try to read with such an inscrutable fixture before me; nor could I, in impatience, consent to be dumb; he might rebuff me if he liked, but talk I would.
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12 Since my rebuff of yesterday I have a sort of empty feeling; nothing in the world seems of sufficient importance to be worth the doing.
13 When we left school he made advances to me; I did not rebuff them, for I was flattered, but we soon parted and quite naturally.
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14 He knew he should have to go slowly, and the instincts of his race fitted him to suffer rebuffs and put up with delays.
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15 Their rebuffs made her haughty; her haughtiness irritated them to franker rebuffs; they were working up to a state of painfully righteous war when they were saved by the coming of food.
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