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used in A Tale of Two Cities

11 uses
  • Madame Defarge cast down her eyes, and reflected a little.
    3.14 — The Knitting Done (7% in)
  • A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other.
    1.3 — The Night Shadows (1% in)
  • These had been oiled and oiled, until the two tall candles on the table in the middle of the room were gloomily reflected on every leaf; as if they were buried, in deep graves of black mahogany, and no light to speak of could be expected from them until they were dug out.
    1.4 — The Preparation (33% in)
  • Miss Manette, it was I. And you will see how truly I spoke of myself just now, in saying I had no feelings, and that all the relations I hold with my fellow-creatures are mere business relations, when you reflect that I have never seen you since.
    1.4 — The Preparation (62% in)
  • Crowds of the wicked and the wretched had been reflected in it, and had passed from its surface and this earth's together.
    2.2 — A Sight (80% in)
  • Among the lookers-on there was the same expression in all quarters of the court; insomuch, that a great majority of the foreheads there, might have been mirrors reflecting the witness, when the Judge looked up from his notes to glare at that tremendous heresy about George Washington.
    2.3 — A Disappointment (56% in)
  • Loitering on the way out of court not being allowed, Jerry heard no more: but left them—so like each other in feature, so unlike each other in manner—standing side by side, both reflected in the glass above them.
    2.3 — A Disappointment (96% in)
  • "True," said he, "and fearful to reflect upon.
    2.6 — Hundreds of People (49% in)
  • "Hey!" cried the mender of roads, reflectively; "that's true."
    2.15 — Knitting (95% in)
  • For, in these times, as the mender of roads worked, solitary, in the dust, not often troubling himself to reflect that dust he was and to dust he must return, being for the most part too much occupied in thinking how little he had for supper and how much more he would eat if he had it—in these times, as he raised his eyes from his lonely labour, and viewed the prospect, he would see some rough figure approaching on foot, the like of which was once a rarity in those parts, but was now a...
    2.23 — Fire Rises (16% in)
  • He sat by a newly-lighted wood fire (the blighted and unfruitful year was prematurely cold), and on his honest and courageous face there was a deeper shade than the pendent lamp could throw, or any object in the room distortedly reflect—a shade of horror.
    3.2 — The Grindstone (21% in)

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