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used in Great Expectations

21 uses
  • Although I was not in the habit of counting Drummle as one of my intimate associates, I answered, "Yes."
    Chapter 25 (32% in)
  • Not only that, but I felt convinced that Miss Havisham too would not be understood; and although she was perfectly incomprehensible to me, I entertained an impression that there would be something coarse and treacherous in my dragging her as she really was (to say nothing of Miss Estella) before the contemplation of Mrs. Joe.
    Chapter 9 (6% in)
  • "Yes!" said I. And although my sister instantly boxed my ears, it was highly gratifying to me to see that the answer spoilt his joke, and brought him to a dead stop.
    Chapter 9 (23% in)
  • Although he did not look very healthy,—having pimples on his face, and a breaking out at his mouth,—these dreadful preparations quite appalled me.
    Chapter 11 (89% in)
  • He seemed so brave and innocent, that although I had not proposed the contest, I felt but a gloomy satisfaction in my victory.
    Chapter 11 (95% in)
  • Although the only coherent part of the latter piece of literature were the opening lines, When I went to Lunnon town sirs, Too rul loo rul Too rul loo rul Wasn't I done very brown sirs?
    Chapter 15 (1% in)
  • You must know that, although I have used the term "expectations" more than once, you are not endowed with expectations only.
    Chapter 18 (48% in)
  • Although I was looking at Biddy as I spoke, and although she opened her eyes very wide when I had spoken, she did not look at me.
    Chapter 19 (16% in)
  • Although I was looking at Biddy as I spoke, and although she opened her eyes very wide when I had spoken, she did not look at me.
    Chapter 19 (16% in)
  • For although Mr. Trabb had my measure already, and had previously been quite contented with it, he said apologetically that it "wouldn't do under existing circumstances, sir,—wouldn't do at all."
    Chapter 19 (38% in)
  • Biddy was astir so early to get my breakfast, that, although I did not sleep at the window an hour, I smelt the smoke of the kitchen fire when I started up with a terrible idea that it must be late in the afternoon.
    Chapter 19 (90% in)
  • Dinner went off gayly, and although my guardian seemed to follow rather than originate subjects, I knew that he wrenched the weakest part of our dispositions out of us.
    Chapter 26 (44% in)
  • But I must have lost it longer than I had thought, since, although I could recognize nothing in the darkness and the fitful lights and shadows of our lamps, I traced marsh country in the cold damp wind that blew at us.
    Chapter 28 (60% in)
  • When I had begun to advance Herbert's prospects by stealth, I had been able to bear this with cheerful philosophy: he and his affianced, for their part, had naturally not been very anxious to introduce a third person into their interviews; and thus, although I was assured that I had risen in Clara's esteem, and although the young lady and I had long regularly interchanged messages and remembrances by Herbert, I had never seen her.
    Chapter 45 (74% in)
  • When I had begun to advance Herbert's prospects by stealth, I had been able to bear this with cheerful philosophy: he and his affianced, for their part, had naturally not been very anxious to introduce a third person into their interviews; and thus, although I was assured that I had risen in Clara's esteem, and although the young lady and I had long regularly interchanged messages and remembrances by Herbert, I had never seen her.
    Chapter 45 (75% in)
  • I believed not too, for, although in my brooding state I had taken no especial notice of the people behind me, I thought it likely that a face at all disfigured would have attracted my attention.
    Chapter 47 (91% in)
  • Although I should not have thought of making, in that place, the most distant reference by so much as a look to Wemmick's Walworth sentiments, yet I should have had no objection to catching his eye now and then in a friendly way.
    Chapter 48 (16% in)
  • Although I had sent Mr. Jaggers a brief account of the accident as soon as I had arrived in town, yet I had to give him all the details now; and the speciality of the occasion caused our talk to be less dry and hard, and less strictly regulated by the rules of evidence, than it had been before.
    Chapter 51 (12% in)
  • And if he asked me why I wanted it, and why I thought I had any right to it, I would tell him, little as he cared for such poor dreams, that I had loved Estella dearly and long, and that although I had lost her, and must live a bereaved life, whatever concerned her was still nearer and dearer to me than anything else in the world.
    Chapter 51 (48% in)
  • But he did not conceal from me that, although there might be many cases in which the forfeiture would not be exacted, there were no circumstances in this case to make it one of them.
    Chapter 55 (7% in)
  • Although I saw him every day, it was for only a short time; hence, the regularly recurring spaces of our separation were long enough to record on his face any slight changes that occurred in his physical state.
    Chapter 56 (7% in)

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