While Almamen chafed in vain at his arrest, all in the Christian camp was yet still.
But to-day he was fretted and chafed by long waiting for that answer to his letter.
De Launay raised his head and chafed his blue and frozen hands.
Every day he had been away he had fretted and chafed at the thought of what might be happening to her.
It chafed me consider'ble to think there was a foreign streak in our family.
Her voice had a passionate impatience, as if she chafed at the limitations of the language.
She had chafed when the barriers rose between her mind and theirs.
Thus he argued with himself as he walked to and fro, and chafed and fretted as he went.
For Darcy was chafed at a delay he could not see any reason for.
He chafed his hands and arms with brandy; took off his boots and chafed his feet.