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utmost
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Jane Eyre
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  • Still she had her merits; and I was disposed to appreciate all that was good in her to the utmost.
  • Not I. The utmost I hope is, to save money enough out of my earnings to set up a school some day in a little house rented by myself.
  • I know not whether I am a true philanthropist; yet I am willing to aid you to the utmost of my power in a purpose so honest.
  • I shall leave the place probably in the course of a twelve-month; but while I do stay, I will exert myself to the utmost for its improvement.
  • The feeling was not like an electric shock, but it was quite as sharp, as strange, as startling: it acted on my senses as if their utmost activity hitherto had been but torpor, from which they were now summoned and forced to wake.

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  • It is of the utmost importance.
  • it was with the utmost difficulty that I...
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