Somewhat too late she remembered that she had given up domesticity and repentance.
Her repentance was not proof against Uncle Whittier when she stopped in at his grocery for salt and a package of safety matches.
Carol was fond of Maud Dyer, because she had been particularly agreeable lately; had obviously repented of the nervous distaste which she had once shown.
She crossed her trousered legs, and snuggled luxuriously above her saucer of ginger; she caught Pollock’s congratulatory still smile, and thought well of herself for having thrown a rose light on the pallid lawyer; repented the heretical supposition that any male save her husband existed; jumped up to find Kennicott and whisper, "Happy, my lord?
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Prisoners who show repentance are more likely to be released on parole.