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used in Great Expectations

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to rest or lie
  • I reposed complete confidence in no one but Biddy; but I told poor Biddy everything.
    Chapter 12 (57% in)
  • Mrs. Joe made occasional trips with Uncle Pumblechook on market-days, to assist him in buying such household stuffs and goods as required a woman's judgment; Uncle Pumblechook being a bachelor and reposing no confidences in his domestic servant.
    Chapter 7 (71% in)
  • By degrees he fell to reposing such great confidence in me, as to ask my advice in reference to his own affairs.
    Chapter 19 (61% in)
  • After a short pause of repose, Miss Skiffins—in the absence of the little servant who, it seemed, retired to the bosom of her family on Sunday afternoons—washed up the tea-things, in a trifling lady-like amateur manner that compromised none of us.
    Chapter 37 (62% in)

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