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The House of Mirth
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  • "Late for what?" enquired Mrs. Dorset tartly.
  • "Is that what you would do in such an emergency?" she enquired.
  • "What is it that you wish?" she enquired.
  • Lily enquired.
  • Before this she had sent her maid to enquire if she might see Mrs. Dorset; but the reply came back that the latter was tired, and trying to sleep.
  • "Wasn’t it a soft berth?" he enquired, with an attempt at lightness.
  • In her ignorance of legal procrastinations she had supposed that her legacy would be paid over within a few days of the reading of her aunt’s will; and after an interval of anxious suspense, she wrote to enquire the cause of the delay.
  • Rosedale, a day or two after their chance meeting, had called to enquire if she had recovered from her indisposition; but since then she had not seen or heard from him, and his absence seemed to betoken a struggle to keep away, to let her pass once more out of his life.
  • There she had been sorely tempted to linger on in a society which asked of her only to amuse and charm it, without enquiring too curiously how she had acquired her gift for doing so; but Selden, before they parted, had pressed on her the urgent need of returning at once to her aunt, and Lord Hubert, when he presently reappeared in London, abounded in the same counsel.

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  • Students should contact our office to inquire about scholarship opportunities.
  • I am here to inquire about the job.

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