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  • ’At present, convey yourself and him away.
  • Mr. Earnshaw snatched up the culprit directly and conveyed him to his chamber; where, doubtless, he administered a rough remedy to cool the fit of passion, for he appeared red and breathless.

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  • He had reached the age of sixteen then, I think, and without having bad features, or being deficient in intellect, he contrived to convey an impression of inward and outward repulsiveness that his present aspect retains no traces of.
  • Old Mrs. Linton paid us several visits, to be sure, and set things to rights, and scolded and ordered us all; and when Catherine was convalescent, she insisted on conveying her to Thrushcross Grange: for which deliverance we were very grateful.
  • I spared a minute to open the gate for it, but instead of going to the house door, it coursed up and down snuffing the grass, and would have escaped to the road, had I not seized it and conveyed it in with me.
  • Earnshaw had come out to examine the mischief he had caused, and he was then conveying the poor thing up-stairs.
  • Linton who had been conveyed up to the little parlour soon after I left, was terrified into fetching the key before his father re-ascended.
  • Hareton Earnshaw,’ she desired me to be her ambassadress, and convey the present to its destined recipient.

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as in: convey her thoughts Define
communicate or express
as in: convey title to the property Define
to give or transfer -- especially legal title
as in: convey her safely to Define
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