She hesitated a moment.
For another moment she hesitated, and then joined Alex.
Alex hesitated and looked at Carmen.
Howard hesitated and shot a questioning glance at Connie, who shrugged and turned away.
For a moment she hesitated, remembering their last discussion.
For a moment she hesitated, and then accelerated.
She hesitated, staring up at his face.
They followed his parents into the house and Adrienne hesitated at the dining room door.
He hesitated and then went on.
But she had hesitated long enough to lend him encouragement.
Removing the laundry from her room, she walked down the hall and hesitated at Cade's bedroom door.
When she still hesitated his expression became exasperated.
She hesitated, intimidated by his obvious displeasure.
My fiancée gave me a cold eye as I hesitated before answering.
He hesitated, caution in his voice.
She hesitated, but saw I still held the knife by my side.
Dusty hesitated and then snatched his dinner before he did something they'd both regret.
She hesitated then asked, "Can you call someone to come get me?"
Darian hesitated, and fury filled Dusty.
Others despised humans, but the fact that this one hesitated to abandon the woman to her fate told Jule more than the most discreet of immortals probably intended.
Jonny, the Black God, hesitated before nodding.
She hesitated, too comfortable with him for her own good.
"Well …" She hesitated, surprised at his persistence.
She hesitated, sensing that entering his domain would somehow seal her to a fate she didn't yet understand.
He hesitated before hugging her.
Jim hesitated, eyeing the beasts fearfully.
She started forward, then hesitated a moment, evidently debating within herself whether she would go or not.
She looked troubled, and hesitated a moment before answering.
Though he hesitated, and perhaps failed to express himself distinctly, he always had a presentable thought behind.
Sometimes I bolted suddenly, and nobody could tell my whereabouts, for I did not stand much about gracefulness, and never hesitated at a gap in a fence.
But Pierre thought it necessary to ask: "How is..." and hesitated, not knowing whether it would be proper to call the dying man "the count," yet ashamed to call him "father."
Only when a man was killed or wounded did he frown and turn away from the sight, shouting angrily at the men who, as is always the case, hesitated about lifting the injured or dead.
At that moment, as the Horse Guards, having passed him, disappeared in the smoke, Rostov hesitated whether to gallop after them or to go where he was sent.