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used in A Tale of Two Cities

5 uses
  • He didn't precisely remember where it was.
    2.3 — A Disappointment (19% in)
  • ...with some fellow-plotter untracked, in the Dover mail on that Friday night in November five years ago, and got out of the mail in the night, as a blind, at a place where he did not remain, but from which he travelled back some dozen miles or more, to a garrison and dockyard, and there collected information; a witness was called to identify him as having been at the precise time required, in the coffee-room of an hotel in that garrison-and-dockyard town, waiting for another person.
    2.3 — A Disappointment (63% in)
  • Not seeing with precision what was very hard, Mr. Lorry shook his head; using that important part of himself as a sort of fairy cloak that would fit anything.
    2.6 — Hundreds of People (30% in)
  • This encouraged Mr. Lorry to have Miss Pross in with her work, several times during the day; at those times, they quietly spoke of Lucie, and of her father then present, precisely in the usual manner, and as if there were nothing amiss.
    2.18 — Nine Days (88% in)
  • * * * "When I returned to the bedside of the young woman, I found her raving in precisely the same order of continuity.
    3.10 — The Substance of the Shadow (58% in)

There are no more uses of "precise" in A Tale of Two Cities.

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