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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • And even that austere and cautious man, though he frowned as he read the news of the "miracle," could not completely restrain some inner emotion.
  • Father Paissy repeated austerely and reverently.
  • The monks looked austere but waited for guidance from the elder.
  • Their suspense was, from one point of view, almost frivolous, but even the most austere of the monks were affected by it.
  • As Alyosha left the monastery and thought them over, he suddenly realized that he had met a new and unexpected friend, a warmly loving teacher, in this austere monk who had hitherto treated him sternly.
  • He was of humble origin, of strong will and steadfast faith, of austere appearance, but of deep tenderness, though he obviously concealed it as though he were almost ashamed of it.
  • There was a small vertical line between her brows which gave her charming face a look of concentrated thought, almost austere at the first glance.

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  • He took a vow of silence and leads an austere life at the monastery.
  • While most kids are partying at college, she practiced austerity during her college years.

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