His face was grave again, and she noticed it with a sudden throb of misgiving.
I went to your house with a good deal of misgiving, Mr. Paine.
I should have felt no reproach or misgiving had it been otherwise, but his apparent giving up, and hopelessness, touched me.
I doubt if either of them entertained a misgiving as to what must be the issue.
Then, indeed, I had no misgiving save that inspired by the last words of the Honourable George.
When this misgiving passed, it was succeeded by something of the nature of regret.
With a misgiving heart, Mrs. Winston took her sister's letter to their mother.
She had simply marched in without a shadow of misgiving to make me back her up.
Upon his dark face, with its overhanging forelock, flickered no ghost of misgiving; no hint of any weakening or excitement.
He asks if any of them has any doubt or misgiving as to the Buddha, or the truth, or the faith, or the way.