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appreciable
used in The Mill on the Floss

3 uses
  • If you expressed a preference for cheese-parings, Mr. Glegg would remember to save them for you, with a good-natured delight in gratifying your palate, and he was given to pet all animals which required no appreciable keep.
    1.12 -- Book 1 Chapter 12 -- Mr. and Mrs. Glegg at Home (49% in)
  • Mr. Stelling felt like a kind-hearted man; he foresaw a probable money loss for himself, but this had no appreciable share in his feeling, while he looked with grave pity at the brother and sister for whom youth and sorrow had begun together.
    2.7 -- Book 2 Chapter 7 -- The Golden Gates Are Passed (89% in)
  • "Well, but then, my boy," said Uncle Glegg, whose good feeling led him to enter into Tom's wish, but who could not at once shake off his habitual abhorrence of such recklessness as destroying securities, or alienating anything important enough to make an appreciable difference in a man's property, "we should have to make away wi' the note, you know, if we're to guard against what may happen, supposing your father's made bankrupt——"
    3.3 -- Book 3 Chapter 3 -- The Family Council (90% in)

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