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used in Anne Of Green Gables

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to show (point out, demonstrate, express, or suggest)
  • "Well, I hope it will turn out all right," said Mrs. Rachel in a tone that plainly indicated her painful doubts.
    Chapter 1 — Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Surprised (87% in)
  • She looked like a woman of narrow experience and rigid conscience, which she was; but there was a saving something about her mouth which, if it had been ever so slightly developed, might have been considered indicative of a sense of humor.
    Chapter 1 — Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Surprised (52% in)
  • When Marilla came up for the light various skimpy articles of raiment scattered most untidily over the floor and a certain tempestuous appearance of the bed were the only indications of any presence save her own.
    Chapter 3 — Marilla Cuthbert is Surprised (75% in)
  • Diana's voice indicated that she rather liked having her life tormented out than not.
    Chapter 15 — A Tempest in the School Teapot (28% in)

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