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relent
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition to give in; or to be less intense
  • Hannah had been cold and stiff, indeed, at the first: latterly she had begun to relent a little; and when she saw me come in tidy and well-dressed, she even smiled.
    Chapter 29 (21% in)

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