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Gone with the Wind
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  • Too wide across the cheek bones, too pointed at the chin, it was a sweet, timid face but a plain face, and she had no feminine tricks of allure to make observers forget its plainness.
  • And a way of swaying your hips, that’s an allurement to any man under ninety?
  • Or are the charms of wedlock with old Frank Kennedy more alluring than illicit relations with me?

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  • Against her better judgement, she let herself be allured.
  • There was nothing to allure her now; duty would be easy, and all the old calm purposes would reign peacefully once more.
    Eliot, George  --  The Mill on the Floss

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