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animate
used in The Age of Innocence

6 uses
  • She looked paler than usual, but sparkling with an unwonted animation.
    Chapter 31 (88% in)
  • When the men joined the ladies after dinner the Duke went straight up to the Countess Olenska, and they sat down in a corner and plunged into animated talk.
    Chapter 8 (58% in)
  • He was a man of about thirty, with a thin ugly face (May would certainly have called him common-looking) to which the play of his ideas gave an intense expressiveness; but there was nothing frivolous or cheap in his animation.
    Chapter 20 (67% in)
  • But all these abstractions and eliminations made of his mind a rather empty and echoing place, and he supposed that was one of the reasons why the busy animated people on the Beaufort lawn shocked him as if they had been children playing in a grave-yard.
    Chapter 21 (25% in)
  • At the Wellands', where the Newland Archers chanced to be lunching, the question as to who should meet her at Jersey City was immediately raised; and the material difficulties amid which the Welland household struggled as if it had been a frontier outpost, lent animation to the debate.
    Chapter 28 (51% in)
  • Now, across the Skuytercliff carnations and the massive plate, she struck him as pale and languid; but her eyes shone, and she talked with exaggerated animation.
    Chapter 32 (15% in)

There are no more uses of "animate" in The Age of Innocence.

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