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whim
used in Wuthering Heights

4 uses
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Definition
a sudden desire that arises without any logical explanation
  • The others were the satisfaction of my whims: and for Edgar's sake, too, to satisfy him.
    Chapter 9 (51% in)
  • You can well afford to indulge their passing whims as long as their business is to anticipate all your desires.
    Chapter 10 (46% in)
  • 'An idle whim, I fear, sir,' was my answer; 'or else an idle whim is going to spirit me away.
    Chapter 31 (82% in)
  • 'An idle whim, I fear, sir,' was my answer; 'or else an idle whim is going to spirit me away.
    Chapter 31 (83% in)

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