- "Do you mean that for an impertinence?" he inquired; an inquiry of which, as he made it, he quite perceived the grossness.Chapter 18 (68% in)
- He, nevertheless, at the end of six months, accepted his sister's permanent presence as an accomplished fact, and as Catherine grew older perceived that there were in effect good reasons why she should have a companion of her own imperfect sex.Chapter 2 (29% in)
- As soon as Catherine had perceived this she moved away; she would not have liked him to turn round and see her.Chapter 4 (64% in)
- It became a fixed idea with Mrs. Penniman that he should yet enjoy her brother's fortune, on which she had acuteness enough to perceive that her own claim was small.Chapter 23 (99% in)
- She had to show herself half an hour later, and she was sustained at table by the immensity of her desire that her father should not perceive that anything had happened.Chapter 30 (11% in)
- But she soon perceived that Catherine had taken nothing with her—all her personal property in her room was intact—and then she jumped at the hypothesis that the girl had gone forth, not in tenderness, but in resentment.Chapter 30 (49% in)
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