Of course I now see that I did wrong, but I felt beside myself
when I heard them telling him stories about me.
In the depth of my heart there was no faith in my suffering, only a faint stir of mockery, but yet I did suffer, and in the real, orthodox way; I was jealous, beside myself
I was half beside myself
with glee; and if ever I despised a man, it was old Tom Redruth, who could do nothing but grumble and lament.
the sight of him has a physical effect on me, it makes me beside myself
. I can't, I can't live with him.
This put me beside myself
. I took her hand and violently dashed it from me, with an expression of abhorrence and indignation that could not be suppressed.
At this news I became almost beside myself
with joy and greed, and I flung my arms round the neck of the dervish, exclaiming: "Good dervish, I see plainly that the riches of this world are nothing to you, therefore of what use is the knowledge of this treasure to you?
The fact is, I was a trifle beside myself
; or rather OUT of myself, as the French would say: I was conscious that a moment's mutiny had already rendered me liable to strange penalties, and, like any other rebel slave, I felt resolved, in my desperation, to go all lengths.
The act was so womanly, so earthly womanly, that though it stung my pride it also warmed my heart with a feeling of companionship; it was good to know that someone else on Mars beside myself
had human instincts of a civilized order, even though the manifestation of them was so painful and mortifying.
I was not yet so perfectly beside myself
as to be heedless of these representations, and therefore toiled on, ineffectually endeavouring to appease the thirst which consumed me, by thinking that in a short time I should be able to gratify it to my heart's content.
I was beside myself
. I spoke as recklessly to her as she had spoken to me.
His eyes, put me beside myself
; his words filled me with a frenzy of despair.
For God's sake, don't put me beside myself
! You have tortured me enough already."
I was beside myself
with anxiety for knowledge of the progress of the expedition which was to rescue Dejah Thoris.
With that, she pounced upon me, like an eagle on a lamb, and my face was squeezed into wooden bowls in sinks, and my head was put under taps of water-butts, and I was soaped, and kneaded, and towelled, and thumped, and harrowed, and rasped, until I really was quite beside myself
. (I may here remark that I suppose myself to be better acquainted than any living authority, with the ridgy effect of a wedding-ring, passing unsympathetically over the human countenance.)
"I arrived at the old woman's house beside myself
. She was sitting in a corner all alone, leaning her face on her hand.