I had been told that Frome was poor ... but I had not supposed him to be in such want as Harmon’s words implied
So marked was the change in her manner, such depths of sad initiation did it imply, that, with some doubts as to my delicacy, I put the case anew to my village oracle, Harmon Gow; but got for my pains only an uncomprehending grunt.
"If I’d supposed you’d ’a’ made any objection to Jotham Powell’s driving me over-" she began again, as though his silence had implied refusal.
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She wouldn’t make a direct statement, but she implied that she supported our position.