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Gone with the Wind
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  • Gerald knew that despite the genuine liking of the County men with whom he hunted, drank and talked politics there was hardly one whose daughter he could marry.
  • He had seemed so nice when he first saw her, so genuinely glad she had come.
  • He loved Suellen, liked her sisters, respected Gerald and had a genuine fondness for the plantation.
  • He was the real reason she did not want to marry again, although she had no objections to Rhett and at times was genuinely fond of him.
  • There was a flash of genuine feeling in his eyes as he turned to her.
  • When she did not receive calls from old friends, except Melanie and Pitty and Uncle Henry and Ashley, and did not get cards to their modest entertainments, she was genuinely puzzled and hurt.
  • She could not help noticing, for all her embarrassment at Bonnie’s appearance, that everyone in the crowd was smiling at the figure father and daughter cut, smiling not in derision but in genuine amusement and kindness.

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  • I am genuinely sorry for what I did.
  • She has a genuine interest in each of her students.

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