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1. The babies, fretful with.
2. His mood was somber, fretful.
3. Touched by adversity, he is fretful.
4. Of joyless daylight; when the fretful stir.
5. The Pilgrim aroused Molo from his fretful sleep with a nudge.
6. What the hell happened? Are you ok? Preeti asked with a fretful look.
7. Some sense of the grimly-ludicrous moved me to a fretful laugh, as I replied, I.

8. Inside his little site cabin Neville was sleeping, but it was a worried, fretful.
9. When the last guests exited the lift on the 5th floor, Nurse gave him a fretful stare.
10. He had an intelligent face, though it was usually irritated and fretful in expression.
11. He had been greatly tried during the journey, I felt convinced, by his fretful ailing charge.
12. After hours of fragmented sleep, his mother�s words amplified throughout him in a fretful tone.
13. She merely said in her fretful mumbling way, "What foolishness are you young rips up to now?" and thought no more about it.
14. When the car pulled to a stop and Mark Sherwin stepped out Jess’s first fretful thought was that something bad had happened to Amber or Lauren.
15. She had never spoken a word to her sister-in-law for three days; but she had likewise dropped her fretful complaining, and we found it a great comfort.
16. Had Lord Marchmain planned this lying-in-state for himself, I wondered, before he left the sunshine of Italy? Had he thought of it during the scudding rain of his long, fretful journey? Had it come to him at that moment, an awakened.
17. After a time the child began to grow fretful and refused to eat; when his mother gave him a fresh piece of sugar-stick out of the jar he threw it peevishly on the floor and began to whimper, rubbing his face against his mother's bosom and pulling at her dress with his hands.
18. Perhaps Lizabetha Prokofievna was alone in making these fretful observations; the girls, though not wanting in intelligence, were still young; the general was intelligent, too, but narrow, and in any difficulty he was content to say, H’m! and leave the matter to his wife.
19. Had I died, in what peculiar misery should I have left you, my nurse, my friend, my sister!—You, who had seen all the fretful selfishness of my latter days; who had known all the murmurings of my heart! How should I have lived in YOUR remembrance! My mother too! How could you have consoled her! I cannot express my own abhorrence of myself.
20. Had I died,-- in what peculiar misery should I have left you, my nurse, my friend, my sister!--You, who had seen all the fretful selfishness of my latter days; who had known all the murmurings of my heart!--How should I have lived in your remembrance!--My mother too! How could you have consoled her!--I cannot express my own abhorrence of myself.
21. If the Revolutionary Daughters had not arranged their September meeting on the day that a freight wreck made the trains from Barham westward very late and irregular; if Miss Herron had not been waiting a fretful half hour in the dusty station for the means of reaching the meeting before it was over, when Archie Fraser drove his car thither in a search for an express package, the latter part of this story would have been very different.
22. The first day or two, my charge sat in a corner of the library, too sad for either reading or playing: in that quiet state she caused me little trouble; but it was succeeded by an interval of impatient fretful weariness; and being too busy, and too old then, to run up and down amusing her, I hit on a method by which she might entertain herself I used to send her on her travels round the grounds---now on foot, and now on a pony; indulging her with a patient audience of all her real and imaginary adventures, when she returned.

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