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David Copperfield
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  • And the ladies,’ observed Mr. Chillip, timorously, ’are great observers, sir.’
  • ’She had been summat timorous and down,’ said Mr. Peggotty, and had sat, at first, a little way off, at her spinning, or such work as it was, when Em’ly talked to the children.

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  • She was timorous as a mouse.
  • in a timorous tone

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