- I am happy to see, M. Beauchamp, that you are more sober than he was.Chapters 87-88 (87% in)
- Like other dwellers in the south, he was a man of sober habits and moderate desires, but fond of external show, vain, and addicted to display.Chapters 25-26 (46% in)
- Perhaps by the time you return to Paris, I shall be quite a sober, staid father of a family!Chapters 37-38 (75% in)
There are no more uses of "sober" in The Count of Monte Cristo.
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