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ingenuity
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Emma
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  • — Mrs. Weston’s poultry-house was robbed one night of all her turkeys—evidently by the ingenuity of man.
  • Emma felt that she could not do too much for her, that Harriet had a right to all her ingenuity and all her patience; but it was heavy work to be for ever convincing without producing any effect, for ever agreed to, without being able to make their opinions the same.

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  • He exercised great ingenuity in making excuses for missing class.
  • It will take more than ingenuity to clean this up. We’re going to have to admit our mistake.

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