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As he looked across the table at his wife, he saw that the word had been taken in deep dudgeon.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
He just walked straight before him in high dudgeon, taking no notice of the route by which he journeyed, or the flight of time.
THE NORSEMEN IN THE WESTR.M. BALLANTYNE
And in high dudgeon Mrs. Ryan went in, slamming her door behind her with great violence.
FOR JOHN'S SAKEANNIE FRANCES PERRAM
The sparrows left in high dudgeon, and were not back again in some days, and were then very shy.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS
George nodded; and Margery went back rather in dudgeon, and gave the fire in the next room a fierce poke.
THE SHADOW OF ASHLYDYATMRS. HENRY WOOD
But at one o'clock he suddenly retired in dudgeon, and the arms of the town were nowhere.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
Herr Schenkel landed and strutted off in high dudgeon, while the tug's screw began to revolve.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
And so saying, the discomfited veteran fell back in high dudgeon.
ROLAND CASHELCHARLES JAMES LEVER
I wanted to learn something about the people to whose house I was going, and asked Pat, accordingly, if he knew Mr. Dudgeon.
PAUL GOSSLETT'S CONFESSIONS IN LOVE, LAW, AND THE CIVIL SERVICECHARLES JAMES LEVER
Thus, Murphy's trick was quite successful, and the poor pickled electors were driven back to their inn in dudgeon.
HANDY ANDY, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)SAMUEL LOVER

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