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- The round-bosomed maid came in, drew the curtains, pushed back a log, and said consolingly: "Verra—verra."Chapter 9 (40% in)
- Those were of the purest 1830, with a grim harmony of cabbage-rose-garlanded carpets, rosewood consoles, round-arched fire-places with black marble mantels, and immense glazed book-cases of mahogany; whereas old Mrs. Mingott, who had built her house later, had bodily cast out the massive furniture of her prime, and mingled with the Mingott heirlooms the frivolous upholstery of the Second Empire.Chapter 4 (7% in)
- Archer tried to console himself with the thought that he was not quite such an ass as Larry Lefferts, nor May such a simpleton as poor Gertrude; but the difference was after all one of intelligence and not of standards.Chapter 6 (26% in)
- Once established before the grate, and consoling himself for the inadequacy of the dinner by the perfection of his cigar, Mr. Jackson became portentous and communicable.Chapter 26 (50% in)
There are no more uses of "console" in The Age of Innocence.
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