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abstract
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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abstract thought
Definition
of a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance
  • "What are you thinking of?" asked the abbe smilingly, imputing the deep abstraction in which his visitor was plunged to the excess of his awe and wonder.
    Chapters 17-18 (11% in)
  • They might have remained much longer lost in one another, without any one noticing their abstraction.
    Chapters 69-70 (71% in)

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  • "Who comes there?" cried the sentinel, who was less abstracted, and who saw by the lamp-light a shadow approaching his chief.
    Chapters 37-38 (47% in)
  • ...the disappointed lover, he cast on him a look of deep meaning, while Fernand, as he slowly paced behind the happy pair, who seemed, in their own unmixed content, to have entirely forgotten that such a being as himself existed, was pale and abstracted; occasionally, however, a deep flush would overspread his countenance, and a nervous contraction distort his features, while, with an agitated and restless gaze, he would glance in the direction of Marseilles, like one who either...
    Chapters 5-6 (7% in)

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