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summon
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Sense and Sensibility
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  • —as far as the shock of such a summons COULD be lessened to her, his presence, his manners, his assistance, would lessen it.
  • Elinor, pleased to have her governed for a moment by such a motive, though believing it hardly possible that she could sit out the dinner, said no more; and adjusting her dress for her as well as she could, while Marianne still remained on the bed, was ready to assist her into the dining room as soon as they were summoned to it.
  • Mrs. Dashwood and Elinor then followed, and the others were left by themselves, to talk of the travellers, and feel their own dullness, till Mrs. Jennings was summoned to her chaise to take comfort in the gossip of her maid for the loss of her two young companions; and Colonel Brandon immediately afterwards took his solitary way to Delaford.

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  • I was summoned to the principal’s office.
  • I summoned all my courage and walked into the room.

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