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cataract
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Jane Eyre
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  • But joy soon effaced every other feeling; and loud as the wind blew, near and deep as the thunder crashed, fierce and frequent as the lightning gleamed, cataract-like as the rain fell during a storm of two hours’ duration, I experienced no fear and little awe.

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  • My grandmother is getting cataract surgery.
  • I’m no longer cold or aching, or hunched over or deformed, or almost blind with cataract eyes.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Notebook

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