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denotes
used in Persuasion

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means literally; or indicates
  • He looked at her with a smile, and a little motion of the head, which expressed, "Come to me, I have something to say;" and the unaffected, easy kindness of manner which denoted the feelings of an older acquaintance than he really was, strongly enforced the invitation.
    Chapter 23 (15% in)

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