The name seemed to strike me in the face, and a sharp cry ofamazement was out before I could check it.
The risk was, of course, that in her amazement Nessa might give everything away.
Diana raised to her mother her large blue eyes, in which profound amazement could be read.
As they behold the bride and groom, now unmasked, there is a stare of wonder in every face, and expressions of intense amazement are heard on all sides.
She half unfolded the document as if to examine it, when a sudden shock went quivering through her frame and a look of amazement overspread her face.
He saw the stony amazement in hers give way to a momentary alarm, which was succeeded by an expression of resignation.
The sight of it was always startling, and however often seen always produced a mixed sense of amazement and fear.
With a cry of amazement he recognised the identical map of Bowers's Island, which he had last seen in the hands of its namesake.
Miss Vickers, who heard the news from Mr. Joseph Tasker, received it with an amount of amazement highly gratifying to his powers as a narrator.
Silver uttered a shout of amazement and pointed with his uninjured hand before the lightkeeper could get the telescope focused.
And to their amazement the hail came from this seaward direction.
Corporals, captains, commandants, gazed inamazement and awe at the massive figure of the war-correspondent, as he challenged the horizon with his binoculars and then dipped to his map for consultation.
Amazement burned through her now at the thought; because this man had been well looking, fairly interesting and amusing and got on well both with her father and herself and because he cared for her, she had supposed she could marry him.
Your Nobles will not heare you, but are gone To offer seruice to your enemy: And wilde amazement hurries vp and downe The little number of your doubtfull friends Iohn.
All this amazement can I qualifie, When after that the holy rites are ended, Ile tell you largely of faire Heroes death: Meane time let wonder seeme familiar, And to the chappell let vs presently Ben.
But looke, Amazement on thy Mother sits; O step betweene her, and her fighting Soule, Conceit in weakest bodies, strongest workes.
The Anglican party was in amazement and terror, for it would now be exposed to the free attacks of its enemies on every side.
The next day the king, attended by his own guard and a few gentlemen, went into the House to the great amazement of all; and the Speaker leaving the chair, the king went into it.
They voiced their amazement when Tatini announced our wish to find a navigator and vessel to Tautira.
But those same fish that I gazed at inamazement in the tanks of the museums are spread out here on tables for my buying.
A couple of lads on the opposite bank volunteer much information concerning the depth of the creek at different points; no doubt their evident mystification at not being understood is equalled only by the amazement at my answers.
I am in the habit of taking a constitutional spin every morning; by means of which I have figured as an object of interest, and have been stared at in blank amazement by full half the wonder-stricken population of the city.
The girls stared in amazement at the mad performance.
The fierce band paused in amazementat the sight of his temerity; it was something those savage men had not known before.
But you have not told me of Gwenny and her father,” quote Twm, in amazement at his demeanour.
The whole party stared with amazement at the unexpected reply.