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dispute
used in Sense and Sensibility

2 uses
  • But I was willing to shew you that I had not forgot our old disputes.
    Chapter 17 (53% in)
  • No one could dispute her right to come; the house was her husband's from the moment of his father's decease; but the indelicacy of her conduct was so much the greater, and to a woman in Mrs. Dashwood's situation, with only common feelings, must have been highly unpleasing;— but in HER mind there was a sense of honor so keen, a generosity so romantic, that any offence of the kind, by whomsoever given or received, was to her a source of immoveable disgust.
    Chapter 1 (65% in)

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