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resume
used in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

5 uses
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Definition
begin or take on again
  • Mr. Utterson sighed deeply but said never a word; and the young man presently resumed.
    p. 10.7
  • "Your master seems to repose a great deal of trust in that young man, Poole," resumed the other musingly.
    p. 21.8
  • "This is unquestionably the doctor's hand, do you know?" resumed the lawyer.
    p. 57.8
  • "And now comes the second question," resumed Utterson: "Who is going to do it?"
    p. 59.6
  • "I give you fair warning, our suspicions are aroused, and I must and shall see you," he resumed; "if not by fair means, then by foul! if not of your consent, then by brute force!"
    p. 63.5

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