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used in Anne Of Green Gables

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to return to an undesirable previous condition — especially illness, addiction, or bad behavior
  • With a sigh of rapture she relapsed into silence.
    Chapter 2 — Matthew Cuthbert is surprised (95% in)
  • Anne had relapsed into reverie, with her chin in her hands and her eyes on the sky, when Marilla returned from her cellar pilgrimage.
    Chapter 4 — Morning at Green Gables (88% in)

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