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eradicate
used in Jane Eyre

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destroy completely
  • But unimpressionable natures are not so soon softened, nor are natural antipathies so readily eradicated.
    Chapter 21 (51% in)
  • Prejudices, it is well known, are most difficult to eradicate from the heart whose soil has never been loosened or fertilised by education: they grow there, firm as weeds among stones.
    Chapter 29 (20% in)
  • But she could not eradicate nature: nor will it be eradicated 'till this mortal shall put on immortality.'
    Chapter 32 (94% in)
  • But she could not eradicate nature: nor will it be eradicated 'till this mortal shall put on immortality.'
    Chapter 32 (94% in)
  • As his curate, his comrade, all would be right: I would cross oceans with him in that capacity; toil under Eastern suns, in Asian deserts with him in that office; admire and emulate his courage and devotion and vigour; accommodate quietly to his masterhood; smile undisturbed at his ineradicable ambition; discriminate the Christian from the man: profoundly esteem the one, and freely forgive the other.
    Chapter 34 (88% in)

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