s narrative--two guys attempt to travel the world, giving away thousands of guiltily
gotten dollars to whomever they decide deserves or needs it--begins on the cover, continues onto the inside front, and proceeds without a break until the final page.
Some of us parents who felt lucky just to get the family out the door on a Sunday morning and who were trying to keep the children reasonably quiet would clench our teeth when the doors were closed; we would exchange a roll of the eyes or grumble briefly and guiltily
, feeling tom about thinking uncharitably about our fellow parishioners.
Not if you're a passenger standing by guiltily
as your underwear is exposed to the assembled masses.
The sons look longingly toward Jesus, then guiltily
She chats away, offering a pep talk and sounding like a best girlfriend, as if the reader is trying to stuff her legs into a pair of jeans a size too small, or is guiltily
sneaking a cigarette.
As I read the book, I kept thinking guiltily
that I ought to be enjoying it more.
I stared at the towel bar guiltily
I had meant to change it for a grab bar.
Vulgar Marxist criticism would view the map as at best a distorted representation of a preexisting territory or at worst as guiltily
complicit in the perpetuation of that territory's unjust geography of oppression.
Also, one occasionally finds oneself wishing guiltily
for a slightly more `interventionist' editorial approach.
Bereft of her invalid mother, she tries to break free of her milieu, whilst reluctantly and guiltily
attendant on her mother's 82 year-old friend Mrs.
However, in my case at least, it left me guiltily
aware that now that the tourist season has wound down I should probably get out there again and revisit even the best known of the churches to refresh my memory for the details.
Eliot did have her moments in later life, and not just guiltily
playing the stock market.