She glared an intensity of ill-feeling at Jerry, which the latter longed to return, but did nothing worse than look blank.
The countenances of the Frenchmen at length, however, began to look blank.
He could only press her hand, and look blank,—understanding that there was something which he ought to have heard.
Our good friend the peddler will look blank enough when morning comes and they find the birds are flown.
“Pretty well,” is the reply of the ignoramus, looking blank at the same time, and why should he not look blank?
The score creeps up to fifty; the boys begin to look blank; and the spectators, who are now mustering strong, are very silent.
Her young companion glanced at her for a moment, and saw her look blank and even confounded.