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- Have you still that devouring thirst which can only be appeased in the grave?Chapter 117 (23% in)
- Upon issuing forth from his subterranean retreat at the expiration of five minutes, he found the abbe seated upon a wooden stool, leaning his elbow on a table, while Margotin, whose animosity seemed appeased by the unusual command of the traveller for refreshments, had crept up to him, and had established himself very comfortably between his knees, his long, skinny neck resting on his lap, while his dim eye was fixed earnestly on the traveller's face.Chapters 25-26 (59% in)
There are no more uses of "appease" in The Count of Monte Cristo.
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