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immortal
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Jane Eyre
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  • I am sure there is a future state; I believe God is good; I can resign my immortal part to Him without any misgiving.
  • Such society revives, regenerates: you feel better days come back — higher wishes, purer feelings; you desire to recommence your life, and to spend what remains to you of days in a way more worthy of an immortal being.
  • But she could not eradicate nature: nor will it be eradicated ’till this mortal shall put on immortality.’
  • Oh, madam, when you put bread and cheese, instead of burnt porridge, into these children’s mouths, you may indeed feed their vile bodies, but you little think how you starve their immortal souls!"

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  • Zeus and the other gods were supposed to be immortal.
  • She believes we have an immortal soul.

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