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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • "It’s a good thing Rachel Lynde got a calling down; she’s a meddlesome old gossip," was Matthew’s consolatory rejoinder.
  • Then she returned to the house, not a little consoled for the time being by this romantic parting.
  • She determined to "shroud her feelings in deepest oblivion," and it may be stated here and now that she did it, so successfully that Gilbert, who possibly was not quite so indifferent as he seemed, could not console himself with any belief that Anne felt his retaliatory scorn.
  • Anne had sat among the stumps and wept, not without an eye to the romance of it; but she was speedily consoled, for, after all, as she and Diana said, big girls of thirteen, going on fourteen, were too old for such childish amusements as playhouses, and there were more fascinating sports to be found about the pond.

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  • She consoled him after his mother died.
  • "You’ll be alright," she said in a consoling voice.

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