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passage
used in Wuthering Heights

6 uses
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  • My master glanced towards the passage, and signed me to fetch the men: he had no intention of hazarding a personal encounter.
    Chapter 11 (58% in)
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • One stop brought us into the family sitting-room, without any introductory lobby or passage: they call it here 'the house' preeminently.
    Chapter 1 (32% in)
  • Keep out of the yard, though, the dogs are unchained; and the house — Juno mounts sentinel there, and — nay, you can only ramble about the steps and passages.
    Chapter 3 (73% in)
  • He descended, and bidding the servants wait in the passage, went, followed by me, to the kitchen.
    Chapter 11 (49% in)
  • Our labours were scarcely over when I heard Earnshaw's tread in the passage; my assistant tucked in his tail, and pressed to the wall; I stole into the nearest doorway.
    Chapter 13 (93% in)
  • CHAPTER XVIII THE twelve years, continued Mrs. Dean, following that dismal period were the happiest of my life: my greatest troubles in their passage rose from our little lady's trifling illnesses, which she had to experience in common with all children, rich and poor.
    Chapter 18 (1% in)

There are no more uses of "passage" in Wuthering Heights.

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