- ’And, since some target I must show For Cupid’s cruel dart, Oh, if mine own you deign to keep, Then give me your sweet heart!’
- I would be private; send each soul away, Receive alone him,—whose great boldness you Have deigned, I hope, to pardon, ere he asks,— He who is ever your—et cetera.’
- DE GUICHE (shrugging his shoulders and pushing him away, then going quickly to Roxane): Briefly, Madame, what decision do you deign to take?
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Alexandre Dumas -- The Count of Monte Cristo