a good deal embarrassed

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  • I want capital, and am, as you know, a good deal embarrassed besides. ...
  • Mark found himself a good deal embarrassed by this confidence.
  • Both were, as might very naturally be supposed, a good deal embarrassed, for each was conscious that now a new relation existed between them. ...
  • Hiram stood still, and, in consequence of his undecided state of mind, a good deal embarrassed. ...
  • They were, for a time, a good deal embarrassed with the change of language from French to German, having had little or no occasion to use the latter tongue during their journey. ...
  • Mulford was a good deal embarrassed, but he gained courage by looking at Rose, who appeared to him to be quite as much mystified as her aunt. ...
  • "Whether we belong to the class of quadrupeds or not, is a question that has a good deal embarrassed our own savans" returned the stranger.
  • With that Christie retired to the big chair, and fell to reading the first book she took up, a good deal embarrassed by her reception, and very curious to know what would come next. ...
  • I was a good deal embarrassed, as I saw the queen meant to enter into conversation as usual; which I knew to be impossible, unless he had some entertainment to occupy him. ...
  • But although she felt thus tranquil, in respect to what she had divulged, yet she was a good deal embarrassed with the dread of next seeing Lord Elmwood. ...
  • The worthy pedlar perfectly understood the blush -- a circumstance by which he was a good deal embarrassed himself, and which occasioned him to feel in rather a difficult position. ...
  • The lawyer in his turn was a good deal embarrassed by this display of learning; for, although he actually had taken his first degree at one of the eastern universities, he was somewhat puzzled with the terms used by his companion. ...
  • At first he was a good deal embarrassed, but this was no sooner seen than it was relieved by Mrs. Dodd with tact and gentleness.
  • Then, being a fairy of great common sense and foresight, she suggested that the princess, awakening after a hundred years in this ancient castle, might be a good deal embarrassed, especially with a young prince by her side, to find herself alone. ...
  • Mrs. Brown was a good deal embarrassed and more scared, but she pushed Johnny, yelling all the time, up to the Doctor, who began tapping him on the back and looking down his throat.
  • Upon Lampe's calling to demand a written character, he was, however, a good deal embarrassed; his stern reverence for truth being, in this instance, armed against the first impulses of his kindness. ...
  • With this Mabel, who appeared a good deal embarrassed by the presence of the strangers, spread a cloth of snow-white linen on the little table, and placed the remains of the pie and a large oven cake before them. ...