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duration
used in Northanger Abbey

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Definition
the time during which something continues
  • You have no doubt of the mutual attachment of your brother and your friend; depend upon it, therefore, that real jealousy never can exist between them; depend upon it that no disagreement between them can be of any duration.
    Chapter 19 (81% in)
  • But this detestation, though so just, was of short duration, for she looked again and exclaimed, "Delightful!
    Chapter 7 (9% in)
  • Her suspense was of full five minutes' duration; and she was beginning to think it a very long quarter of an hour, when they both returned, and an explanation was given, by Henry's requesting to know if she thought her friend, Miss Thorpe, would have any objection to dancing, as his brother would be most happy to be introduced to her.
    Chapter 16 (40% in)

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