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impropriety
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Emma
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  • Emma, in good spirits too, from the amusement afforded her mind by the expectation of Mr. Frank Churchill, was willing to forget his late improprieties, and be as well satisfied with him as before, and on his making Harriet his very first subject, was ready to listen with most friendly smiles.
  • The present crisis, indeed, seemed to be brought on by them; and those misunderstandings might very possibly arise from the impropriety of his conduct.
  • Much, much beyond impropriety!
  • Impropriety!

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  • denied any impropriety
  • rumors of accounting improprieties

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