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Anna Karenina
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  • She exerted herself to the utmost, felt the hopelessness of the position, and was every instant suppressing the tears that started into her eyes.
  • "No, it’s all the same to me," said Levin, unable to suppress a smile.
  • The bailiff had always been against the drying machine, and now it was with suppressed triumph that he announced that the buckwheat had been scorched.
  • Dolly could scarcely suppress a smile.
  • "Oh, why?" asked Anna, trying to suppress a smile.
  • In that brief look Vronsky had time to notice the suppressed eagerness which played over her face, and flitted between the brilliant eyes and the faint smile that curved her red lips.
  • Moreover, she would have been unattractive to men also from the lack of just what Kitty had too much of—of the suppressed fire of vitality, and the consciousness of her own attractiveness.
  • Suppressing a smile of pleasure, he shrugged his shoulders, closing his eyes, as though to say that that could not be a source of joy to him.
  • And he saw this by the suppressed, malicious, and ironical smile with which Betsy glanced at him after this phrase.
  • "Yes, yes," she said, evidently trying to suppress her jealous thoughts.
  • Conscious of it, and conscious that any expression of his feelings at that minute would be out of keeping with the position, he tried to suppress every manifestation of life in himself, and so neither stirred nor looked at her.
  • Her son saw that she could not suppress a smile of delight.
  • Darya Alexandrovna could not suppress a good-humored smile as she recognized him.
  • So now, after this journey of four hours, all the thoughts she had suppressed before rushed swarming into her brain, and she thought over all her life as she never had before, and from the most different points of view.

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  • The dictator suppressed criticism in the press.
  • She struggled to suppress a smile as the little boy told of his fear of a monster under the bed.

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