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subsequent
used in The Mill on the Floss

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following something else
  • That was a painful thought to Maggie, and she wished much that the subsequent history of the young man had not been left a blank.
    1.4 -- Book 1 Chapter 4 -- Tom Is Expected (99% in)
  • Whence Mr. Stelling concluded that Tom's brain, being peculiarly impervious to etymology and demonstrations, was peculiarly in need of being ploughed and harrowed by these patent implements; it was his favorite metaphor, that the classics and geometry constituted that culture of the mind which prepared it for the reception of any subsequent crop.
    2.1 -- Book 2 Chapter 1 -- Tom's "First Half" (36% in)
  • In fact, that lady did presently descend from her room, in double wonder at the noise and the subsequent cessation of Philip's music.
    2.4 -- Book 2 Chapter 4 -- "The Young Idea" (78% in)
  • They kissed each other, and Lucy went away, possessed of a confidence which had a strong influence over her subsequent impressions.
    6.3 -- Book 6 Chapter 3 -- Confidential Moments (98% in)
  • The early days of an acquaintance almost always have this importance for us, and fill up a larger space in our memory than longer subsequent periods, which have been less filled with discovery and new impressions.
    6.6 -- Book 6 Chapter 6 -- Illustrating the Laws of Attraction (32% in)
  • He thought it was becoming a sort of monomania with him, to want that long look from Maggie; and he was racking his invention continually to find out some means by which he could have it without its appearing singular and entailing subsequent embarrassment.
    6.6 -- Book 6 Chapter 6 -- Illustrating the Laws of Attraction (69% in)
  • His subsequent silence made her suspect there had been some special reason for them in his mind.
    6.7 -- Book 6 Chapter 7 -- Philip Re-enters (85% in)
  • The ladies who had commodities of their own to sell, and did not want dressing-gowns, saw at once the frivolity and bad taste of this masculine preference for goods which any tailor could furnish; and it is possible that the emphatic notice of various kinds which was drawn toward Miss Tulliver on this public occasion, threw a very strong and unmistakable light on her subsequent conduct in many minds then present.
    6.9 -- Book 6 Chapter 9 -- Charity in Full-Dress (15% in)

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