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- She lapsed into her inarticulate sounds, and unconsciously drew forth the article which she was fingering.Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (76% in)
- That house was never dull, Mr. Farebrother, like another White of Selborne, having continually something new to tell of his inarticulate guests and proteges, whom he was teaching the boys not to torment; and he had just set up a pair of beautiful goats to be pets of the village in general, and to walk at large as sacred animals.Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (54% in)
- The evening went by cheerfully till after tea, Dorothea talking more than usual and dilating with Mr. Farebrother on the possible histories of creatures that converse compendiously with their antennae, and for aught we know may hold reformed parliaments; when suddenly some inarticulate little sounds were heard which called everybody's attention.Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (54% in)
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