She allowed a very small smile to creep for the first time over her serious face in saying this, and the white row of upper teeth, and keenly-cut lips already noticed, suggested an idea of heartlessness, which was immediately contradicted by the pleasant eyes.
And if you say you gave me no encouragement, I cannot but contradict you.
A more foolish remark was never made, and I want you to contradict it! that’s what I came for."
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