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breach
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
break — as in break an understanding or a break (gap) in a wall
  • Miss Ingram rose solemnly: "I go first," she said, in a tone which might have befitted the leader of a forlorn hope, mounting a breach in the van of his men.
    Chapter 18 (85% in)
  • Is it better to drive a fellow-creature to despair than to transgress a mere human law, no man being injured by the breach? for you have neither relatives nor acquaintances whom you need fear to offend by living with me?
    Chapter 27 (79% in)
  • I replied — "There is no dishonour, no breach of promise, no desertion in the case.
    Chapter 35 (34% in)

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