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fissure
used in Jane Eyre

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Definition
a long, narrow crack; or its creation — especially in the ground or in rock

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a crack in the unity of a group; or its creation
  • As I looked up at them, the moon appeared momentarily in that part of the sky which filled their fissure; her disk was blood— red and half overcast; she seemed to throw on me one bewildered, dreary glance, and buried herself again instantly in the deep drift of cloud.
    Chapter 25 (17% in)

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