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used in Sense and Sensibility

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capable of being understood
  • He coloured, and stammered out an unintelligible reply.
    Chapter 48 (60% in)
  • She began to think that he must be in liquor;—the strangeness of such a visit, and of such manners, seemed no otherwise intelligible; and with this impression she immediately rose, saying, "Mr.
    Chapter 44 (8% in)

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