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despair
used in Northanger Abbey

2 uses
  • I do not quite despair yet.
    Chapter 11 (14% in)
  • This sentiment had been uttered so often in vain that Mrs. Allen had no particular reason to hope it would be followed with more advantage now; but we are told to "despair of nothing we would attain," as "unwearied diligence our point would gain"; and the unwearied diligence with which she had every day wished for the same thing was at length to have its just reward, for hardly had she been seated ten minutes before a lady of about her own age, who was sitting by her, and had been...
    Chapter 4 (12% in)

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