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The House of Mirth
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solicitous
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The House of Mirth
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  • "Is it quite right—I haven’t made it too strong?" she asked solicitously; and he replied with conviction that he had never tasted better tea.
  • In consequence of this hint, Lily found herself the centre of that feminine solicitude which envelops a young woman in the mating season.
  • "You’re quite sure," she added solicitously, as the latter extricated herself, "that you wouldn’t like me to telephone for Lawrence Selden?"
  • Mrs. Fisher looked about her with the eye of the solicitous hostess.
  • Even Gerty Farish, who welcomed Lily’s return with tender solicitude, would soon be preparing to join the aunt with whom she spent her summers on Lake George: only Lily herself remained without plan or purpose, stranded in a backwater of the great current of pleasure.

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  • It’s a mid-price hotel in a great location with a solicitous staff.
  • made solicitous inquiries about our family

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