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warrant
used in Sense and Sensibility

6 uses
  • "Oh, oh!" cried Mrs. Jennings; "very pretty, indeed! and the Doctor is a single man, I warrant you."
    Chapter 32 (84% in)
  • Believe them to be stronger than I have declared; believe them, in short, to be such as his merit, and the suspicion—the hope of his affection for me may warrant, without imprudence or folly.
    Chapter 4 (44% in)
  • I warrant you she is a fine size by this time.
    Chapter 26 (59% in)
  • "Ay, my dear, I'll warrant you we do.
    Chapter 27 (9% in)
  • But her condemnation of him did not blind her to the impropriety of their having been written at all; and she was silently grieving over the imprudence which had hazarded such unsolicited proofs of tenderness, not warranted by anything preceding, and most severely condemned by the event, when Marianne, perceiving that she had finished the letters, observed to her that they contained nothing but what any one would have written in the same situation.
    Chapter 29 (75% in)
  • I warrant you, Miss Marianne would have been ready to wait till matters came round.
    Chapter 30 (31% in)

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