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Far from the Madding Crowd
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equivocal
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • That he had been from the time of Greenhill Fair until the fatal Christmas Eve in excited and unusual moods was known to those who had been intimate with him; but nobody imagined that there had shown in him unequivocal symptoms of the mental derangement which Bathsheba and Oak, alone of all others and at different times, had momentarily suspected.

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  • Her statement was equivocal.
  • an unequivocal statement

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