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- "But I hope you will not carry your antipathy so far as to deprive me of the pleasure of your company, sir," said Monte Cristo.Chapters 59-60 (87% in)
- And yet it was not because the damp had been excluded from the garden; the earth, black as soot, the thick foliage of the trees betrayed its presence; besides, had natural humidity been wanting, it could have been immediately supplied by artificial means, thanks to a tank of water, sunk in one of the corners of the garden, and upon which were stationed a frog and a toad, who, from antipathy, no doubt, always remained on the two opposite sides of the basin.Chapters 61-62 (8% in)
- I detest her, from antipathy.Chapters 109-110 (25% in)
There are no more uses of "antipathy" in The Count of Monte Cristo.
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