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used in Anna Karenina

17 uses
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an instance of questioning — especially of requesting information from a computer
  • "Well, what is it, Matrona?" queried Stepan Arkadyevitch, going up to her at the door.
    Part One (4% in)
  • Levin queried, panic-stricken.
    Part One (18% in)
  • "According to that, if my senses are annihilated, if my body is dead, I can have no existence of any sort?" he queried.
    Part One (22% in)
  • "You do not admit the conceivability at all?" he queried.
    Part One (45% in)
  • Betsy queried in horror, though she could not herself have distinguished Nilsson's voice from any chorus girl's.
    Part Two (10% in)
  • "What! is there something new, then?" queried Levin.
    Part Two (38% in)
  • Eh?" queried Petritsky, blinking and rubbing his eyes.
    Part Two (51% in)
  • Serpuhovskoy queried, smiling.
    Part Three (63% in)
  • "Well?" he queried, smiling, and getting up.
    Part Five (43% in)
  • "What say?" queried Marya Nikolaevna.
    Part Five (51% in)
  • "How have you got on?" queried Levin.
    Part Six (29% in)
  • "The train is at three?" queried the German.
    Part Six (41% in)
  • But what can Anna do?" queried Darya Alexandrovna.
    Part Six (65% in)
  • "And the concert?" she queried.
    Part Seven (3% in)
  • "Well, my dear Lizaveta Petrovna?" she queried, clasping the hand of the midwife, who came out to meet them with a beaming and anxious face.
    Part Seven (42% in)
  • "And he positively is going?" queried Alexey Alexandrovitch.
    Part Seven (63% in)
  • "Eh, Anna?" he queried.
    Part Seven (81% in)

There are no more uses of "query" in Anna Karenina.

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