amaze

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Alderling repeated in a tone of amaze at the inadequacy of my epithet.

Mrs Harris often and often says to me, "Sairey Gamp," she says, "you raly do amaze me!"

Anne threw in, the only stop-gap she could catch at in her amaze.

"Why, that's more than ever I would have looked for, Elder," exclaimed Standish in amaze.

She viewed her lover in amaze, and cold and scornful was her gaze.

We don't know whether Europe is harder to amaze than America.

Amaze, consternation, distress, were all pictured there in an instant.

Say with what eyes we ought at courts to gaze, And pay the great our homage of amaze?

The children bring him in, to our amaze, And though we try to turn him out, he stays.

Beaufort is in amaze at the spirit of "that little fellow, Colonel Shaw."

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