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action without forethought; or such a tendency
  • She went in impulsively; nodded at the matron, a plump worthy widow named Nodelquist, and at a couple of farm-women who were meekly rocking.
    Chapter 11 (53% in)
  • " She asked impulsively, "You, why do you stay here?"
    Chapter 13 (25% in)
  • The second evening after the movies she impulsively summoned Vida Sherwin and Guy to the house for pop-corn and cider.
    Chapter 16 (60% in)
  • She impulsively invited the Dillons to the dramatic association meeting, and when Kennicott was brusque to them she was unusually cordial, and felt virtuous.
    Chapter 17 (32% in)

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