And with that came another God-given thought of self-accusing.
For hours I tossed and turned in self-questioning, self-accusing fury.
There was a self-accusing tone in his voice that Ridgeley felt.
"Where's Tessibel—" and Waldstricker's reply came low and self-accusing.
His face was rigid and self-accusing, and the woman laid her hand on his arm.
"I beg your pardon," said Wingfold, with self-accusing sincerity.
And thus this nightmare thought of mine was turned into another thorn to prick me on the self-accusing side.
In truth he was shocked and self-accusing because he had not observed Auld Jock's condition before.
A hundred thoughts whirled through my puzzled brain, and among the rest, the self-accusing one that I was the cause of his death.
Stern and self-accusing was the scrutiny of Maltravers into the recesses of his conscience, and the blotted pages of the Past.