And there was not a shade of doubt in her look—nothing but cold indignation at Jovita's ill-humor.
“Of course not,” said he, all his ill-humor having returned.
Mrs. Simons angrily shrugged her shoulders, and seemed moved only by ill-humor.
Then, with a gesture of ill-humor he threw his black felt hat to the chest of drawers.
Miracles, unfortunately, could not be always happening, whilst Madame's ill-humor still continued.
At the shearing-shed, Alessandro found his men in confusion and ill-humor.
Once they were on the homeward road, the boys forgot their ill-humor and joked about Ivar and his birds.
“Yes, if it were true,” returned Hatty sorrowfully, and then her ill-humor vanished.
Lose without any exhibition of ill-humor, and win without any symptoms of exultation.
It was not an agreeable laugh although there was no ill-humor in it.