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avenge
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The Fountainhead
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  • What do you want to be avenged for?
  • I’d like to be avenged for the fact that I have nothing to be avenged for.
  • I’d like to be avenged for the fact that I have nothing to be avenged for.
  • Sometimes, when I feel bitter against the world, I find consolation in thinking that it’s all right, that I’ll be avenged, that the world will get what’s coming to it—because there’s Ellsworth Toohey.
  • One could never tell what he would avenge and what he would forgive.
  • It was difficult to punish Ellsworth under any circumstances, because of his fragile body and delicate health; besides, it seemed wrong to chastise a boy who had sacrificed himself to avenge injustice, and done it bravely, in the open, ignoring his own physical weakness; somehow, he looked like a martyr.

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  • He wants to avenge the murder of his brother
  • You are the representative of justice here, and it is for justice to avenge those she has been unable to protect.
    Dumas, Alexandre  --  The Count of Monte Cristo

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