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specimen
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
a sample regarded as typical of its class; or a bit of tissue, blood, or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes
  • This specimen of the Miss Steeles was enough.
    Chapter 21 (74% in)
  • They were three days on their journey, and Marianne's behaviour as they travelled was a happy specimen of what future complaisance and companionableness to Mrs. Jennings might be expected to be.
    Chapter 26 (13% in)

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