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Far from the Madding Crowd
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despise
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Who are you, then, who can so well afford to despise opinion?
  • Poor Bathsheba began to suffer now from the most torturing sting of all—a sensation that she was despised.
  • Beyond a politic wish to remain unknown, there suddenly arose in him now a sense of shame at the possibility that his attractive young wife, who already despised him, should despise him more by discovering him in so mean a condition after so long a time.
  • Beyond a politic wish to remain unknown, there suddenly arose in him now a sense of shame at the possibility that his attractive young wife, who already despised him, should despise him more by discovering him in so mean a condition after so long a time.
  • Out of these say twenty will endeavour to drown the bitterness of despised love in drink; twenty more will mope away their lives without a wish or attempt to make a mark in he world, because they have no ambition apart from their attachment to you; twenty more—the susceptible person myself possibly among them—will be always draggling after you, getting where they may just see you, doing desperate things.
  • You’d get to despise me."

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  • She despises the people he has to work for.
  • They despise each other.

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