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gratification
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  • ’What do you recommend, father,’ asked Louisa, her reserved composure not in the least affected by these gratifying results, ’that I should substitute for the term I used just now?
  • It has not been, sir, without some trouble that I have effected this; but trouble in your service is to me a pleasure, and hunger, thirst, and cold a real gratification.’
  • All this, and more, in his hurry, and in hers, in the whirl of her own gratified malice, in the dread of being discovered, in the rapidly increasing noise of heavy rain among the leaves, and a thunderstorm rolling up — Mrs. Sparsit received into her mind, set off with such an unavoidable halo of confusion and indistinctness, that when at length he climbed the fence and led his horse away, she was not sure where they were to meet, or when, except that they had said it was to be thatů

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  • to my gratification she arrived on time
  • dull repetitious work gives me no gratification

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