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convey
used in Arrowsmith

7 uses
  • She insisted on conveying information to him, from the West Indian guide-book which she had earnestly bought.
    Chapter 32 (70% in)
  • The boy, normal village youngster though he was, given to stoning cats and to playing pom-pom-pullaway, gained something of the intoxication of treasure-hunting as the Doc struggled to convey his vision of the pride of learning, the universality of biology, the triumphant exactness of chemistry.
    Chapter 1 (77% in)
  • But one cannot convey the quality of it: the thin drawl, the sardonic amiability, the hiss of the S's, the D's turned into blunt and challenging T's.
    Chapter 4 (26% in)
  • While his father was alternately proud and amiably sardonic about his own Jewish blood, the boy conveyed to his classmates in college that he was from pure and probably noble German stock.
    Chapter 13 (67% in)
  • Born to the prairies, never far from the sight of the cornfields, Martin was conveyed to blazing lands and portentous enterprises.
    Chapter 26 (4% in)
  • And it's been conveyed to me that if we were to establish a quarantine, the merchants would take the strongest measures against the administration.
    Chapter 31 (97% in)
  • Twyford looked doubtful, his mother looked delicately shocked, and the five sons beefily looked nothing at all, while Martin raged on, trying to convey his vision of the barbarian, the ascetic, the contemptuous acolyte of science.
    Chapter 34 (93% in)

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