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"I should have been perfectly all right," she protested with slight pettishness.
Not even Cecilia's pettishness had the power to allay her self-satisfaction.
The queen - cannot you make allowances for the pettishness of a queen and a princess?
Sir Henry ignored the pettishness.
"Pique, petulance and pettishness are what now drive our Komees Djeen, sister!
They took their coffee in the library, and as they sat there Stephen said, 'The invalid's pettishness may set in very early.
Shipley's cheerful tact irritated Gail almost as much as Ingrid's pettishness.
Indeed, it was not-and Natesa was wise enough in custom to know he owed his oathsworn more than pettishness and ill-temper.
The pettishness will then be one place removed...But I'm beginning to speak nonsense...Selene?"
The sense that she was observed, or, more properly speaking, that she was watched by my looks, seemed to give Diana a mixture of embarrassment, pain, and pettishness.
I don't like the cold-blooded scheming at the beginning and the carnage at the end and the grumbling and the jealousies and the pettishness in the middle.
Die Geschichte der Empfindlichkeit (The History of the sensibility / The story of the pettishness) Fischer, Frankfurt 1987ff.
But these paroxysms seldom occurred, and in them my big-hearted shipmate vented the bile which more calm-tempered individuals get rid of by a continual pettishness at trivial annoyances.
In the late sixties Fichte began writing his main work Die Geschichte der Empfindlichkeit (the history of the sensibility, or: the story of the pettishness) a monumental cycle of novels.
Towards Phoebe, as we have said, she was affectionate,--far tenderer than ever before, in their brief acquaintance, except for that one kiss on the preceding night,--yet with a Continually recurring pettishness and irritability.
In the essay, "The Work of Getting Well," recently reprinted in the American Journal of Nursing, Dr. Norris pointed out that convalescents frequently display moodiness, pettishness, irrational ideas or behavior and frustration.
'The ship is too cramped for pettishness, and, in addition, since we are to be crushed into an inconvenient familiarity in this leaping prison pen, I suggest we discard the many "lords" and "ladies" which will otherwise encrust our conversation to an unbearable degree.
But as it is, his fretfulness and pettishness make no allowance for the wilfulness of his brothers and sisters; and so the confusions they make in the room, carry confusion into his heart and brain; till at length a brighter noon entices the others out into the snow.
When she wept and sobbed as though her heart would break, and bemoaned her miseries in the sweetest voice that ever fell upon a listener's ear, who could be insensible to the little winning pettishness which now and then displayed itself, even in the sincerity and earnestness of her grief?
But really there was something quite charming in her pettishness: it looked so much more like innocent distress than ill humour; and the severe Adam felt no movement of disapprobation; he only felt a sort of amused pity, as if he had seen a kitten setting up its back, or a little bird with its feathers ruffled.