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The House of Mirth
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  • But her grace was impervious to hints, and invited or omitted as she chose.
  • But Rosedale’s natural imperviousness to hints made it easy for him to brush such resistance aside.
  • "Well," he continued, still jovially impervious to her annoyance, "have you made up your mind which of these little trinkets you mean to duplicate at Tiffany’s tomorrow?

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  • She has made up her mind and is impervious to criticism.
  • a material impervious to water

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