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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • His voice had a genuine pathos now, and his large brown hands perceptibly trembled.
  • He became surcharged with the compound, which was genuine lover’s love.
  • Though elastic in nature she was less daring than Bathsheba, and occasionally showed some earnestness, which consisted half of genuine feeling, and half of mannerliness superadded by way of duty.
  • Being a woman with some good sense in reasoning on subjects wherein her heart was not involved, Bathsheba genuinely repented that a freak which had owed its existence as much to Liddy as to herself, should ever have been undertaken, to disturb the placidity of a man she respected too highly to deliberately tease.
  • "Leaving England!" she said, in surprise and genuine disappointment.
  • These were so convinced by such genuine appeals to heart and understanding both that they soon began to crowd in abundantly, among the foremost being visible Jan Coggan and Joseph Poorgrass, who were holiday keeping here to-day.
  • After breakfast she was cool and collected—quite herself in fact—and she rambled to the gate, intending to walk to another quarter of the farm, which she still personally superintended as well as her duties in the house would permit, continually, however, finding herself preceded in forethought by Gabriel Oak, for whom she began to entertain the genuine friendship of a sister.

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  • I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
  • She has a genuine interest in each of her students.

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