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species
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Jane Eyre
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  • I heard her sweeping away; and soon after she was gone, I suppose I had a species of fit: unconsciousness closed the scene.
  • The ground was hard, the air was still, my road was lonely; I walked fast till I got warm, and then I walked slowly to enjoy and analyse the species of pleasure brooding for me in the hour and situation.
  • I was not born for a different destiny to the rest of my species: to imagine such a lot befalling me is a fairy tale — a day-dream.
  • I, too, in the grey, small, antique structure, with its low roof, its latticed casements, its mouldering walls, its avenue of aged firs — all grown aslant under the stress of mountain winds; its garden, dark with yew and holly — and where no flowers but of the hardiest species would bloom — found a charm both potent and permanent.
  • "But I do think hardly of you," I said; "and I’ll tell you why — not so much because you refused to give me shelter, or regarded me as an impostor, as because you just now made it a species of reproach that I had no ’brass’ and no house.

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  • It is an endangered species.
  • It is thought that there are over 20,000 species of ants.

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