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Anna Karenina
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  • Anna experienced almost physical pleasure in the sensation of his nearness, and his caresses, and moral soothing, when she met his simple, confiding, and loving glance, and heard his naive questions.
  • And he too, most likely, had an Agafea Mihalovna to whom he confided his secrets.
  • I should not be a lawyer if I could not keep the secrets confided to me.
  • Last winter, soon after…. you came to see us," she said, with a guilty and at the same time confiding smile, "all Dolly’s children had scarlet fever, and he happened to come and see her.
  • And now more than ever," she said with a mournful, confiding expression, ostensibly addressing her brother, but unmistakably intending her words only for Levin, "now when I have such need of some occupation, I cannot."

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  • She confided in her parents.
  • She confided in me. I won’t repeat what was said.

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