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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Matthew and I are such kindred spirits I can read his thoughts without words at all.
  • I felt that he was a kindred spirit as soon as ever I saw him.
  • A bosom friend—an intimate friend, you know—a really kindred spirit to whom I can confide my inmost soul.
  • There were lots I wanted to ask her, but I didn’t like to because I didn’t think she was a kindred spirit.
  • "Well, did you find Diana a kindred spirit?" asked Marilla as they went up through the garden of Green Gables.
  • "Miss Barry was a kindred spirit, after all," Anne confided to Marilla.
  • Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think.
  • She had discovered another kindred spirit.
  • Anne permitted herself to be led down and comforted, reflecting that it was really providential that Mrs. Allan was a kindred spirit.
  • Have you discovered another kindred spirit?
  • Not exactly a kindred spirit, you know, but still very nice.
  • Not a kindred spirit, of course; but still I like him and I’m awfully sorry I ever criticized his prayers.
  • But I think it must be splendid and I believe I shall find that Miss Stacy is a kindred spirit.
  • Anne, although sincerely sorry for Minnie May, was far from being insensible to the romance of the situation and to the sweetness of once more sharing that romance with a kindred spirit.
  • "I would like to, because you seem like an interesting lady, and you might even be a kindred spirit although you don’t look very much like it.
  • "You’re both queer enough, if that’s what you mean by kindred spirits," said Marilla with a sniff.

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