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Anna Karenina
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  • "Perhaps not," Levin answered dejectedly.
  • After a little subdued and dejected conversation with his mother-in-law, he threw out his chest again, and put his arm in Levin’s.
  • It was Levin’s face, with his scowling brows, and his kind eyes looking out in dark dejection below them, as he stood listening to her father, and glancing at her and at Vronsky.
  • When she went into his study he was in official uniform, obviously ready to go out, sitting at a little table on which he rested his elbows, looking dejectedly before him.
  • Golenishtchev recovered himself with an effort, and at first was dejected and gloomy, but Anna, disposed to feel friendly with everyone as she was at that time, soon revived his spirits by her direct and lively manner.
  • As he passed through the entry to the galleries he met a dejected high school boy walking up and down with tired-looking eyes.

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  • She is dejected but trying to look cheerful.
  • She is feeling dejected, but I think her world will look better after a good night’s sleep.

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