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denotes
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Jane Eyre
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  • I said this laughing: I perceived that Bessie’s glance, though it expressed regard, did in no shape denote admiration.
  • I recognised his decisive nose, more remarkable for character than beauty; his full nostrils, denoting, I thought, choler; his grim mouth, chin, and jaw — yes, all three were very grim, and no mistake.
  • I waited a few moments, expecting he would go on with the subject first broached: but he seemed to have entered another train of reflection: his look denoted abstraction from me and my business.

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  • The asterisk ("*") denotes a footnote.
  • "multi-" denotes "many’"

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