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- Their natural antipathy of temperament made resentment an easy passage to hatred, and in Philip the transition seemed to have begun; there was no malignity in his disposition, but there was a susceptibility that made him peculiarly liable to a strong sense of repulsion.2.5 — Book 2 Chapter 5 — Maggie's Second Visit (2% in)
- Philip's eyes were watching them keenly; but Lucy was used to seeing variations in their manner to each other, and only thought with regret that there was some natural antipathy which every now and then surmounted their mutual good-will.6.7 — Book 6 Chapter 7 — Philip Re-enters (45% in)
- There's natural antipathy between us, I suppose; I have seldom the honor to please her."6.9 — Book 6 Chapter 9 — Charity in Full-Dress (47% in)
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