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used in Anna Karenina

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active interest and enthusiasm
  • he had in these very projects of reform been serving the Lord more zealously than before.
    Part Five (71% in)
zealously = with active interest and enthusiasm
  • Konstantin Levin felt that there was no course open to him but to submit, or to confess to a lack of zeal for the public good.
    Part Three (6% in)
  • But Konstantin Levin wanted to justify himself for the failing, of which he was conscious, of lack of zeal for the public welfare, and he went on.
    Part Three (8% in)
  • What are they all so busy for, trying to show their zeal before me?
    Part Eight (49% in)

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