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used in Anna Karenina

14 uses
  • His whole time now was engrossed by it, so that he could scarcely manage to answer all the letters and appeals addressed to him.
    Part Eight (7% in)
  • his brother's argument with the professor, he noticed that they connected these scientific questions with those spiritual problems, that at times they almost touched on the latter; but every time they were close upon what seemed to him the chief point, they promptly beat a hasty retreat, and plunged again into a sea of subtle distinctions, reservations, quotations, allusions, and appeals to authorities, and it was with difficulty that he understood what they were talking about.
    Part One (21% in)
  • Vronsky had several times already, though not so resolutely as now, tried to bring her to consider their position, and every time he had been confronted by the same superficiality and triviality with which she met his appeal now.
    Part Two (60% in)
  • I never appeal to him, and never shall appeal to him.
    Part Three (7% in)
  • I never appeal to him, and never shall appeal to him.
    Part Three (7% in)
  • Up to this point she wrote rapidly and naturally, but the appeal to his generosity, a quality she did not recognize in him, and the necessity of winding up the letter with something touching, pulled her up.
    Part Three (47% in)
  • Alexey Alexandrovitch had plenty of people whom he could invite to dinner, to whose sympathy he could appeal in any public affair he was concerned about, whose interest he could reckon upon for anyone he wished to help, with whom he could candidly discuss other people's business and affairs of state.
    Part Five (63% in)
  • "Anna, for God's sake! what is the matter with you?" he said, appealing to her exactly as once her husband had done.
    Part Five (94% in)
  • "Maman, he'll do everything; he has agreed to everything," Kitty said, angry with her mother for appealing to Sergey Ivanovitch to judge in such a matter.
    Part Six (14% in)
  • Darya Alexandrovna appealed to him.
    Part Six (17% in)
  • And he set off for the elections without appealing to her for a candid explanation.
    Part Six (79% in)
  • Count Alexey Kirillovitch urged me very much" (as she uttered the words Count Alexey Kirillovitch she glanced with appealing timidity at Levin, and he unconsciously responded with a respectful and reassuring look); "he urged me to take up the school in the village.
    Part Seven (29% in)
  • She was glad of this appeal for tenderness.
    Part Seven (35% in)
  • I'm appealing to you" ("not as an injured husband," Stepan Arkadyevitch was going to say, but afraid of wrecking his negotiation by this, he changed the words) "not as a statesman" (which did not sound a propos), "but simply as a man, and a good-hearted man and a Christian.
    Part Seven (54% in)

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