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buoyant
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buoyant
Used in
Wuthering Heights
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  • I'd not care that Heathcliff gained his ends, and triumphed in robbing me of my last blessing! But should Linton be unworthy only a feeble tool to his father I cannot abandon her to him! And, hard though it be to crush her buoyant spirit, I must persevere in making her sad while I live, and leaving her solitary when I die.  (not reviewed by editor)

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