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reflection
used in A Tale of Two Cities

7 uses
  • The English customer was not without his reflections then, that it might be a good deed to seize that arm, lift it, and strike under it sharp and deep.
    3.12 — Darkness (44% in)
  • "I really think this must be a man!" was Mr. Lorry's breathless reflection, simultaneously with his coming against the wall.
    1.4 — The Preparation (92% in)
  • Haunted in a most ghastly manner that abominable place would have been, if the glass could ever have rendered back its reflections, as the ocean is one day to give up its dead.
    2.2 — A Sight (81% in)
  • I have not proposed to the young lady, and, between ourselves, I am by no means certain, on reflection, that I ever should have committed myself to that extent.
    2.12 — The Fellow of Delicacy (93% in)
  • With this view, he urged his son to hold her in conversation also, and led the unfortunate woman a hard life by dwelling on any causes of complaint he could bring against her, rather than he would leave her for a moment to her own reflections.
    2.14 — The Honest Tradesman (52% in)
  • "It is a painful reflection to me," said Charles Darnay, quite astounded, "that I should have done him any wrong.
    2.20 — A Plea (82% in)
  • Here, Mr. Lorry perceived the reflection on the wall to elongate, and Mr. Cruncher rose and stepped forward.
    3.8 — A Hand at Cards (83% in)

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