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Emma
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  • Here, she must be leading a life of privation and penance; there it would have been all enjoyment.
  • Used only to a large house himself, and without ever thinking how many advantages and accommodations were attached to its size, he could be no judge of the privations inevitably belonging to a small one.
  • The picture which she had then drawn of the privations of the approaching winter, had proved erroneous; no friends had deserted them, no pleasures had been lost.
  • She knew that at times she must be missed; and could not think, without pain, of Emma’s losing a single pleasure, or suffering an hour’s ennui, from the want of her companionableness: but dear Emma was of no feeble character; she was more equal to her situation than most girls would have been, and had sense, and energy, and spirits that might be hoped would bear her well and happily through its little difficulties and privations.
  • —"To chuse to remain here month after month, under privations of every sort!

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  • The blockade is causing widespread privation.
  • She grew up in a world of stillbirths and privation.

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