with undisguised amazement

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  • And the footman stated, with undisguised amazement, that the shabby young man was actually sitting at the same table with master! Cited from Mistress and Maid, by Dinah Craik [AKA Miss Mulock]
  • They glanced up at us with undisguised amazement. Cited from My Lady of the North, by Randall Parrish
  • He gazed from one to the other of us, and upon our various belongings, which were strewn upon the deck, with undisguised amazement. Cited from The House of Martha, by Frank R. Stockton
  • The Indian spectators beheld these murders with undisguised amazement, and almost with horror. Cited from France and England in North America, by F. Parkman
  • When at last they stood in the unused quarry and Johnnie made known his intention to explore the old well Jacket regarded him with undisguised amazement. Cited from Rainbow's End, by Rex Beach
  • Almagro and his companions listened with undisguised amazement to this account of his associate, and of a change in his fortunes so rapid and wonderful that it seemed little less than magic. Cited from History Of The Conquest Of Peru, by Wm H. Prescott
  • His employer was staring at him with undisguised amazement. Cited from From the Housetops, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • She stopped to view with undisguised amazement, tempered with faint scorn, a human being who was so ignorant of the commonest affairs of life as to lose himself in the woods. Cited from An Algonquin Maiden, by G. Mercer Adam
  • Then they went into the inner room, and Anna sat down on the chair Cedric had occupied, and looked round her with undisguised amazement: the shabbiness and ugliness of the surroundings almost shocked her. Cited from Herb of Grace, by Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • The entire symposium stared at the jester with undisguised amazement. Cited from All In It K(1) Carries On, by John Hay Beith (AKA: Ian Hay)
  • Old MORTARITY stared at the hair and beard, thus introduced to him, with undisguised amazement, and grimly remarked, that if the gentleman would come to see him any evening, and bring a social bottle with him, he would not allow the gentleman's head to stand in the way of a further acquaintance. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 25, September 17, 1870, by Various
  • Now, as Margaret had not the very vaguest notion who Mrs. Lambert Chambers was, or why it should be considered such extraordinary good fortune to meet her, she gave such a vague assent to the question that Maud turned to stare at her with undisguised amazement in her eyes. Cited from The Rebellion of Margaret, by Geraldine Mockler