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Jane Eyre
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convey
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Jane Eyre
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  • Have you any sort of conveyance?  (not reviewed by editor)

  • It is enough, sir: as much good-will may be conveyed in one hearty word as in many.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • To England, then, I conveyed her; a fearful voyage I had with such a monster in the vessel.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I jumped up, took my muff and umbrella, and hastened into the innpassage: a man was standing by the open door, and in the lamp-lit street I dimly saw a one-horse conveyance.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • This phrase, uttered in my hearing yesterday, would have only conveyed the notion that she was about to be removed to Northumberland, to her own home.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I grew impatient: a restless movement or two, and an eager and exacting glance fastened on his face, conveyed the feeling to him as effectually as words could have done, and with less trouble.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • It was well I secured this forage, or both she, I, and Sophie, to whom I conveyed a share of our repast, would have run a chance of getting no dinner at all: every one downstairs was too much engaged to think of us.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • So I addressed the housekeeper; asked her to show me a room, told her I should probably be a visitor here for a week or two, had my trunk conveyed to my chamber, and followed it thither myself: I met Bessie on the landing.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I pass over the sort of slur conveyed in this suggestion on the character of my beloved; indeed, when you are far away, Janet, I'll try to forget it: I shall notice only its wisdom; which is such that I have made it my law of action.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • …ing that on which your sisters are expected will be devoted by Hannah and me to such a beating of eggs, sorting of currants, grating of spices, compounding of Christmas cakes, chopping up of materials for mince-pies, and solemnising of other culinary rites, as words can convey but an inadequate notion of to the uninitiated like you.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Our progress was leisurely, and gave me ample time to reflect; I was content to be at length so near the end of my journey; and as I leaned back in the comfortable though not elegant conveyance, I meditated much at my ease.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I thought when the coach stopped here there would be some one to meet me; I looked anxiously round as I descended the wooden steps the "boots" placed for my convenience, expecting to hear my name pronounced, and to see some description of carriage waiting to convey me to Thornfield.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • We parted finally at the door of the Brocklehurst Arms there: each went her separate way; she set off for the brow of Lowood Fell to meet the conveyance which was to take her back to Gateshead, I mounted the vehicle which was to bear me to new duties and a new life in the unknown environs of Millcote.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • At a later day, I knew the language and the book; therefore, I will here quote the line: though, when I first heard it, it was only like a stroke on sounding brass to me — conveying no meaning:"'Da trat hervor Einer, anzusehen wie die Sternen Nacht.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: convey title to the property
as in: convey her safely to
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