His face was grave again, and she noticed it with a sudden throb of misgiving.
"Oh, of course not," he replied, again stifling a misgiving.
I should have felt no reproach or misgiving had it been otherwise, but his apparent giving up, and hopelessness, touched me.
I can't account for the misgiving I have,' he said, sighing.
Then, indeed, I had no misgiving save that inspired by the last words of the Honourable George.
From the prolonged silence that followed I felt a sense of misgiving.
With a misgiving heart, Mrs. Winston took her sister's letter to their mother.
It was the sullen brigand who spoke, and his companions eyed him with some misgiving.
Upon his dark face, with its overhanging forelock, flickered no ghost of misgiving; no hint of any weakening or excitement.
Bemis, with misgiving: "Why, no, it never occurred to me that he was."