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apprehend
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Mansfield Park
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apprehend
Used in
Mansfield Park
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  • I apprehend he will not have less than seven hundred a year.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • He was doing all in his power to quiet everything, with the hope of Mrs. Rushworth's return, but was so much counteracted in Wimpole Street by the influence of Mr. Rushworth's mother, that the worst consequences might be apprehended.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Mrs. R. knows a decline is apprehended; he saw her this morning: she returns to Wimpole Street to-day; the old lady is come.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • We shall greatly miss Edmund in our small circle, but I trust and hope he will find the poor invalid in a less alarming state than might be apprehended, and that he will be able to bring him to Mansfield shortly, which Sir Thomas proposes should be done, and thinks best on every account, and I flatter myself the poor sufferer will soon be able to bear the removal without material inconvenience or injury.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: apprehend the criminal
as in: apprehend the situation
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