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equivalent
used in Pride and Prejudice

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being equal or essentially equal
  • "You must decide for yourself," said Elizabeth; "and if, upon mature deliberation, you find that the misery of disobliging his two sisters is more than equivalent to the happiness of being his wife, I advise you by all means to refuse him."
    Chapter 21 (84% in)

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