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deduction
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deduction
Used in
Emma
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  • Emma could not deplore her future absence as any deduction from her own enjoyment.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • A real injury to the children—a most mortifying change, and material loss to them all;—a very great deduction from her father's daily comfort—and, as to herself, she could not at all endure the idea of Jane Fairfax at Donwell Abbey.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: deduction from the bill
as in: logical deduction
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