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The Age of Innocence
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  • This was greeted with an irreverent laugh, and the youth blushed deeply, and tried to look as if he had meant to insinuate what knowing people called a "double entendre."
  • "I don’t know anything of Madame Olenska’s private affairs; but I don’t need to, to be certain that what you insinuate—"

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