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Jane Eyre
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  • Jealousy had got hold of him: she stung him; but the sting was salutary: it gave him respite from the gnawing fang of melancholy.
  • You too have principle and mind: your tastes and habits resemble Diana’s and Mary’s; your presence is always agreeable to me; in your conversation I have already for some time found a salutary solace.

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  • the salutary influence of mountain air
  • While advertising the drug’s salutary features, the company warns of possible side-effects.

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