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- When Will had ceased to speak she had become an image of sickened misery: her lips were pale, and her eyes had a tearless dismay in them.Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (49% in)
- For a moment Fred looked at the horizon with a dismayed anxiety, and then turning with a quick movement said almost sharply— "Do you mean to say, Mrs. Garth, that Mr. Farebrother is in love with Mary?"Book 6 — The Widow and Wife (38% in)
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