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Anna Karenina
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passive
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Anna Karenina
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  • She really was both innocent and corrupt, but a sweet and passive woman.
  • And Levin had been struck by the passive, weary incredulity with which the children heard what their mother said to them.

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  • She plays a passive role in their relationship.
  • Watching television is too passive for me. I prefer more active hobbies.

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