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Sense and Sensibility
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  • I felt that she was infinitely dearer to me than any other woman in the world, and that I was using her infamously.
  • Robert’s offence was unpardonable, but Lucy’s was infinitely worse.
  • ) was scarcely less warm than hers; and whose mind—Oh! how infinitely superior!
  • "His regard for her, infinitely surpassing anything that Willoughby ever felt or feigned, as much more warm, as more sincere or constant—which ever we are to call it— has subsisted through all the knowledge of dear Marianne’s unhappy prepossession for that worthless young man!

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  • There are infinite possibilities.
  • The number of stars seems infinite.

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