By the time I was done, I was weeping _____.
"Charlotte," he with utmost ____, "I did not kill Mr. Hollybrass."
"Jaggery did not say that Zachariah killed Hollybrass so as to ______ you, Charlotte."
I am a ____ to him. You are too.
If Jaggery had no muskets, the men could be ____ again.
Yet, ________, I remained standing there, wasting precious time.
But you, Miss Doyle, you _____ with that order.
It is ____ that when we make landfall I be firmly established as master.
It took but a moment for me to realize that our entire _____ had been overthrown and turned against us.
I have been ____ of accounts of deceased heroes ever since.
"The thing we'll do," he replied, "is remind the owners that we managed to bring the Seahawk into port with their cargo _____.
Mama gently removed my bonnet. When she saw my _____ hair, she gasped.
You may return to your room and you will wait there until you are ______ again.
From my father, not a word, not a question to ______ me.
"You are making progress, Charlotte," he said. "I wish to ______ you."
There was a _____ dash out of the forecastle and to the deck.
The wind and rain--as well as the tossing of the ship--kept ____ me.
I don't know if the storm had somewhat ____ or I'd just grown used to it.
I turned to look at the crew--only recently my ____--who stood looking on.
For a brief moment, I caught a distant vision of myself as I had been before the Seahawk, before this _______ voyage.
And when I do, I'll ____ him for what he is.
So you ____ his being given the punishment he deserved.
He had been hiding in the hold, which explained Barlow's _____ words about the place, as well as the grinning carving.
The instant I saw him, he looked up and pinioned me with a look of blatant _____.
Though the glitter of hatred in their eyes was _______ enough, no one dared give voice to it.
But it was his eyes that made me shudder. They expressed nothing so much as _____ hatred.
It was I...who had fired his terrible ____ by reporting to him Ewing's pistol,, the round robin, and the stowaway.
"You're a girl," Dillingham spat out ____.
Having fully committed myself, I was overwhelmed by my _______.
And yet I had to climb. It was my ____.
I had reached the top. Once there, I _____ to rest again.
"More cargo," he explained _______.
Unable to ______ the mystery, I ended up scolding myself, convinced I was making something out of nothing.
"...I resolved to save one dress for my ______ in Providence."
"They in turn found me a _____ but eager recipient for their answers."
"So _______ was he in his praise, that I gained double pleasure."
...I sat up with some energy only to strike my head upon the low ceiling. __________, I got myself to the cabin door.
He studied the line of sailors, smiled _________, and said, "But where, then, is Mr. Cranick?"
"Ah," he said with ________ refinement, "Miss Doyle, our young lady passenger."
All he needed to say was that Cranick refused a lawful order and he received not one word of ___________.
To confess...would have made me feel acutely uncomfortable. But not to speak of it would smack of ________.
"I am a ________ man, Miss Doyle. Without order there is chaos."
He spoke the name Jaggery as if it were something positively _______.
He __________ in my direction as if I were the subject of a heated discussion.
A _______ of rot permeated the air.
A stench of rot _________ the air.
Standing there was a shockingly _______ old sailor.
I followed with _________, stopping at the threshold to look about.