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The Age of Innocence
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irrevocable
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The Age of Innocence
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  • It gave him an odd sensation to reflect that, but for the Countess’s arrival, he might have been, if not still a free man, at least a man less irrevocably pledged.
  • The silence that followed lay on them with the weight of things final and irrevocable.
  • "You do your hair differently," he said, his heart beating as if he had uttered something irrevocable.
  • Nothing, therefore, was to prevent his following her; and once he had taken the irrevocable step, and had proved to her that it was irrevocable, he believed she would not send him away.
  • Nothing, therefore, was to prevent his following her; and once he had taken the irrevocable step, and had proved to her that it was irrevocable, he believed she would not send him away.

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