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1 I read the letter with a sense of misgiving.
2 My only misgiving is that we might not have enough time to do the job properly.
3 She eyed the distant shoreline with misgiving.
4 Slowly and with misgiving, she went down to greet the Reverend James Longley.
5 With some misgiving, I ordered a half carafe of red wine.
6 One imagines with misgiving the last scene on desolate Eldey.
7 He looked with misgiving at the strange man in front of him.
8 A stab of misgiving shot through Val.
9 He looked with misgiving at the overcast sky.
10 Misgiving mixing unimaginable gladness made me feel dizzy.
11 Carrie observed his ease with some misgiving.
12 Parents at nearby misgiving whether ability success.
13 Love becomes solicitousness, hope sinks to misgiving,(www.Sentencedict.com) and faith to hope.
14 He looks with misgiving at the strange man in front of him.
15 Her misgiving was such that at dusk, when the milking was over, she walked in the garden alone, to continue her regrets that she had disclosed to him her discovery of his considerateness.
16 A slight misgiving found place in Joan Durbeyfield's mind.
17 There was misgiving in his own voice also.
18 My mother looked round with an expression of misgiving.
19 Thus the first hour of misgiving was swept away.
20 In short, is it not a concession to the misgiving, to keep the forge?'.
21 They are great simply because they receive life without misgiving.
22 Problem is excessiveness the reaction may cause the crisis spread and then cause market the participants of misgiving ego realization.
23 He had adopted the profession by accident and practised it with misgiving.
24 May be they are simply great enough to receive without misgiving.
25 To be plunged in this state, at the age of 17, into the midst of the social sea of England would have justified considerable misgiving as to my being able to keep afloat.
26 Insecurity usually mars this relationship. This can be one extremely mawkish union. Unique, destructive, yet passionate and lustful resulting in impair and misgiving.
27 The man of honour is broad and tolerant , the flunky is worry and misgiving.
28 The first words of the text filled us with misgiving.
29 In all of Carrie's actions there was a touch of misgiving.
30 Recently, not a few dicast all receive the super - cellular phone chit like this, and feel a misgiving for the communication safety of oneself's cellular phone.
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