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doting
used in Sense and Sensibility

4 uses
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Definition
demonstrating love and uncritical affection
  • So altered—so faded—worn down by acute suffering of every kind! hardly could I believe the melancholy and sickly figure before me, to be the remains of the lovely, blooming, healthful girl, on whom I had once doted.
    Chapter 31 (61% in)
  • Marianne restored to life, health, friends, and to her doting mother, was an idea to fill her heart with sensations of exquisite comfort, and expand it in fervent gratitude;— but it lead to no outward demonstrations of joy, no words, no smiles.
    Chapter 43 (81% in)
  • doting on Marianne.
    Chapter 44 (69% in)
  • Mrs. Jennings wrote to tell the wonderful tale, to vent her honest indignation against the jilting girl, and pour forth her compassion towards poor Mr. Edward, who, she was sure, had quite doted upon the worthless hussy, and was now, by all accounts, almost broken-hearted, at Oxford.
    Chapter 49 (81% in)

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