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Great Expectations
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  • It was not alluded to in any way, and no pale young gentleman was to be discovered on the premises.
  • Now, you are distinctly to understand that you are most positively prohibited from making any inquiry on this head, or any allusion or reference, however distant, to any individual whomsoever as the individual, in all the communications you may have with me.
  • This was in allusion to its heavy black seal and border.
  • But bearing in mind that them were which I meantersay of a stunning and outdacious sort,—alluding to them which bordered on weal-cutlets and dog-fighting,—a sincere well-wisher would adwise, Pip, their being dropped into your meditations, when you go up stairs to bed.
  • I alluded to the advantages I had derived in my first rawness and ignorance from his society, and I confessed that I feared I had but ill repaid them, and that he might have done better without me and my expectations.
  • The allusion made me spring up; though I dropped again from the pain in my arm.
  • It happened on two or three occasions in my presence, that his desperate reputation was alluded to by one or other of the people in attendance on him.
  • We had not yet made any allusion to my change of fortune, nor did I know how much of my late history he was acquainted with.

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  • He alluded to Susan without mentioning her name.
  • She didn’t mention any names, but everyone knew she was alluding to the President.

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