amazement

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She saw with amazement, and walked on quickly that Harry might not also see.

Then, abruptly, the round, baby-like face of the woman puckered in amazement.

There came a squeal of amazement from Aggie, a start of incredulity from Garson.

"Not that there's been any about you," he added hastily, to my look of amazement.

Linda's amazement on entering the room had been worthy of note.

The jury looked at each other with amazement; such scenes were rare in their experience.

The discovery was succeeded by a general exclamation of amazement.

The demonstration convinced them, and many were the expressions of amazement from their lips.

Now for a minute the gruel was forgotten, and Mrs. Lewis looked at Kitty in amazement.

Some looked in amazement; one ventured to say, "Well, that's the beater!"

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