a good deal amused

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  • I was a good deal amused by what she said about history. ...
  • A good deal amused, I told her as much as I thought she could understand. ...
  • A little touched, and a good deal amused, Marston went to see his wife. ...
  • He seemed to be a good deal amused with Henry -- not at all satirically. ...
  • Senators were a good deal amused at this exhibition of their record. ...
  • I was a good deal amused and should have felt a little rebuked, had I asked a single question from idle curiosity.
  • Frank was a good deal amused, and could scarcely refrain from laughing at his cousin's misfortune. ...
  • Frank was a good deal amused at the obstinacy displayed by the different members of the mess, and wondered how the affair would end. ...
  • In fact, the master -- a good deal amused himself -- was wholly unable to calm the room so long as old Zack continued his exercise in writing. ...
  • I therefore had every thing removed to the hill next above them, and was a good deal amused at the result of this manoeuvre, for they seemed equally as uneasy as we had been at the heights above them being occupied. ...
  • Laurent St. Armand went home to his father a good deal amused after all his disappointment and vexation, for he had been compelled to take an inferior canoe.
  • They seemed a good deal amused by her taste, but the idea suggested in fun was really determined upon; Julia, so Mijnheer promised, should have a holiday when every one else did, and do just what she pleased. ...
  • He understood perfectly well what they wanted of him, and was a good deal amused by it, but he liked to converse with vigorous and experienced men, and could obtain from them a better understanding of affairs than was to be found in the newspaper. ...
  • He was a good deal amused by his partner, finding her more interesting than most of the girls he met that evening; afterwards he forgot her, for two days later he left the place, and thought no more either about Miss Polkington or the talk he had had with her. ...
  • Jack handed over the pipe, a good deal amused at the manner of his host, who took the implement of fumigation and examined it carefully, handling it with tender care, as if it were a living and delicate creature. ...
  • A good deal amused and surprised by the negro's statement, the two hunters hastened back to Makitok's hut, where they indeed found Captain Vane in a state of great excitement. ...
  • She was a pretty creature, with bright blue eyes, and an arch expression, all the droller under her prim round cap; and Sylvester was a good deal amused with her pert bold little nods and airs. ...