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incensed
used in Jane Eyre

4 uses
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1  —2 uses as in:
incensed by her insult
Definition
very angered
  • Look wicked, Jane: as you know well how to look: coin one of your wild, shy, provoking smiles; tell me you hate me — tease me, vex me; do anything but move me: I would rather be incensed than saddened.
    Chapter 25 (64% in)
  • Whether he was incensed or surprised, or what, it was not easy to tell: he could command his countenance thoroughly.
    Chapter 34 (93% in)

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  • Sweet-briar and southernwood, jasmine, pink, and rose have long been yielding their evening sacrifice of incense: this new scent is neither of shrub nor flower; it is — I know it well — it is Mr. Rochester's cigar.
    Chapter 23 (12% in)
  • Here ensued a pause, filled up by the producing and lighting of a cigar; having placed it to his lips and breathed a trail of Havannah incense on the freezing and sunless air, he went on — "I liked bonbons too in those days, Miss Eyre, and I was croquant — (overlook the barbarism) — croquant chocolate comfits, and smoking alternately, watching meantime the equipages that rolled along the fashionable streets towards the neighbouring opera-house, when in an elegant close carriage drawn...
    Chapter 15 (8% in)

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