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Far from the Madding Crowd
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solicitous
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • She panted with solicitude when she thought of possible injury to Troy.
  • The upshot of the petition was waited for in Weatherbury with solicitous interest.
  • It was a night when sorrow may come to the brightest without causing any great sense of incongruity: when, with impressible persons, love becomes solicitousness, hope sinks to misgiving, and faith to hope: when the exercise of memory does not stir feelings of regret at opportunities for ambition that have been passed by, and anticipation does not prompt to enterprise.
  • Bathsheba’s face, as she continued looking into the fire that evening, might have excited solicitousness on her account even among those who loved her least.
  • "He that is accursed, let him be accursed still," was the pitiless anathema written in this spoliated effort of his new-born solicitousness.
  • At first Bathsheba assented with a mien of indifference to his proposition that they should go on to the church at once with their burden; but immediately afterwards, following Gabriel to the gate, she swerved to the extreme of solicitousness on Fanny’s account, and desired that the girl might be brought into the house.

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  • It’s a mid-price hotel in a great location with a solicitous staff.
  • made solicitous inquiries about our family

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