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- The next day was as fine as its predecessor: it was devoted by the party to an excursion to some site in the neighbourhood.Chapter 17 (35% in)
- And then, to my great relief, Mr. Henry Lynn summoned them to the other side of the room, to settle some point about the deferred excursion to Hay Common.Chapter 18 (70% in)
- No weather seemed to hinder him in these pastoral excursions: rain or fair, he would, when his hours of morning study were over, take his hat, and, followed by his father's old pointer, Carlo, go out on his mission of love or duty — I scarcely know in which light he regarded it.Chapter 30 (20% in)
- I thought you were for flying off on some excursion.Chapter 34 (5% in)
There are no more uses of "excursion" in Jane Eyre.
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