When, after much embarrassment and difficulty, every one had found a place as they could, Madame Bonaparte was announced, and entered, leaning on the arm of Talleyrand.
Nothing could be more amusing than the embarrassmentof the whole service when it was necessary to reply to his Majesty's questions.
He parted on the best of terms with the Premier, and in order that his presence might cause noembarrassment to the reconstructed ministry started on a journey to France and England.
His presence in Genoa was an embarrassment to the Government at Turin, and they courteously asked him to leave Italy.
With manifest embarrassment he went on; "You will forgive me if I err again; but this time I must make myself clear.
But when I heard her words, and recognised the high purpose that lay behind them, and saw the sweet embarrassment which came to her in speaking them to me, I felt that I had been mistaken.
This time it was Cathcart who, with considerable diffidence and all the shamefaced embarrassment of an Englishman when doing a kindly action in which he may be taken as intruding, offered me his services.
With this view, the Marquis had invited the conference, and had fixed the time and place inadvertently, as to the embarrassment under which it might place me.
They stopped on the corner of Long Acre and as Stanley plunged into a drug-store, a certain embarrassment fell upon the two men left together.
Whence all this contradiction and embarrassment arose has since been explained, and with apparent reason.
When Edward found his friend, the latter had still in his hand the newspaper which he had perused, and advanced to meet him with the embarrassment of one who has unpleasing news to communicate.
It was in vain to attempt to correct himself; he looked confused, and relieved his embarrassmentby a precipitate retreat.
A sentiment of bitterness rose in his mind against the government, which he considered as the cause of his embarrassment and peril, and he cursed internally his scrupulous rejection of Mac-Ivor's invitation to accompany him to the field.
They turned their eyes on the ground, with looks in which shame and embarrassment were mingled with displeasure.
Even the Baron could not refrain; but here Rose escaped every embarrassment but that of conjecture, for his wit was usually couched in a Latin quotation.
His old-time confusion and embarrassment returned to him.
Hugh, his embarrassment swallowed by his interest, eagerly asking questions.
A degree of embarrassment might have existed, but she would not have been forced to put on two opposite exteriors, as now, neither of which, correctly interpreted her state of mind, or did justice to her character.
After that an unusual embarrassment marked their intercourse.
But today, with the flush of liquor on it, it had an impatient awkwardness and confused embarrassment that he could not account for.
But in the embarrassment of the sudden address I put my hand in my pocket, drew out a coin, and laid it, with an attempt at carelessness, but a vivid consciousness that I was blushing, upon a vacant number.
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