Whenever my grandparents had misgivings
, and began to wonder whether I was not too young to go off to college alone, Mrs.
I had misgivings
that such would be his fate," resumed the scout, in a less confident and joyous tone.
The anxiety and misgivings
which had tormented her, whether asleep or in melancholy day-dreams, ever since her project began to take an aspect of solidity, had now vanished quite away.
Yet it was not without heavy misgivings
that I thus bound myself, for, having cast off all duty towards other human beings, there remained a duty towards him, and something whispered me that I was betraying it in pledging myself to keep your counsel.
Meanwhile, I lay quietly eyeing him, having no serious misgivings
now, and bent upon narrowly observing so curious a creature.
It domineered above them so, that all their bodings, doubts, misgivings
, fears, were fain to hide beneath their souls, and not sprout forth a single spear or leaf.
We crossed the Mer de Glace in safety, but we had misgivings
If it had been Sid, she would have had no misgivings
to alloy her delight; but since it was Tom, she watched the bottle clandestinely.
Notwithstanding, my journey homeward was sadder than my journey thither; and many misgivings
I had, ere I could prevail on myself to put the missive into Mrs.
Norah's secret misgivings
on her sister's account rendered her more than usually serious and uncommunicative, as the year advanced.
And yet his misgivings
were not so dark as, imagined by the light of this later time, they would appear.
I might have a misgiving
that I am 'meandering' in stopping to say this, but that it brings me to remark that I build these conclusions, in part upon my own experience of myself; and if it should appear from anything I may set down in this narrative that I was a child of close observation, or that as a man I have a strong memory of my childhood, I undoubtedly lay claim to both of these characteristics.