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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • The question was such a profound one that Henery was obliged to drink there and then from the large cup till the bottom was distinctly visible inside.
  • Obliged, to some extent, to forgo dreaming in order to find the way, he reached the churchyard, and passed round it under the wall where several ancient trees grew.
  • I should be much obliged to you if you would keep the contents of this letter a secret for the present, dear friend.
  • Bathsheba, when she learnt of this proposal—for Oak was obliged to consult her—at first languidly objected.
  • Six years were a long time, but how much shorter than never, the idea he had for so long been obliged to endure!
  • I wish I had not been obliged to go to this dance; but there’s no escaping now.
  • Whenever he wanted directions he sent a message, or note with neither heading nor signature, to which she was obliged to reply in the same offhand style.
  • She was leaning back, sipping a cup of tea that she held in her hand, and the owner of the male voice was Boldwood, who had apparently just brought the cup to her, Bathsheba, being in a negligent mood, leant so idly against the canvas that it was pressed to the shape of her shoulder, and she was, in fact, as good as in Troy’s arms; and he was obliged to keep his breast carefully backward that she might not feel its warmth through the cloth as he gazed in.

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  • He obliged her by listening attentively.
  • They looked at me expectantly and I was obliged to comment.

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