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Jane Eyre
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  • What a miserable little poltroon had fear, engendered of unjust punishment, made of me in those days!
  • Much too, you will think, reader, to engender jealousy: if a woman, in my position, could presume to be jealous of a woman in Miss Ingram’s.
  • Still, I liked her almost as I liked my pupil Adele; except that, for a child whom we have watched over and taught, a closer affection is engendered than we can give an equally attractive adult acquaintance.

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  • The police in Mexico don’t engender confidence.
  • The sincerity of her apology engendered forgiveness.

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