- Catherine still said nothing, and he may well have recalled with apprehension her ancient faculty of silence.Chapter 35 (46% in)
- It seemed to her that her aunt was meddlesome; and from this came a vague apprehension that she would spoil something.Chapter 17 (6% in)
- Catherine listened with a mixture of interest and apprehension.Chapter 25 (9% in)
- If a woman had been near her she would on certain occasions have treated such a companion to a fit of weeping; and she had an apprehension that, on her return, this would form her response to Aunt Lavinia's first embrace.Chapter 25 (15% in)
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