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used in Great Expectations

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means literally; or indicates
  • He answered quite seriously, and used the word as if it denoted some profession.
    Chapter 40 (24% in)
  • "Your servant, Sir," said Joe, "which I hope as you and Pip"—here his eye fell on the Avenger, who was putting some toast on table, and so plainly denoted an intention to make that young gentleman one of the family, that I frowned it down and confused him more— "I meantersay, you two gentlemen,—which I hope as you get your elths in this close spot?
    Chapter 27 (45% in)

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