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dwell
used in Atlas Shrugged

4 uses
  • She shrugged, in sign of changing the subject; Dagny Taggart was a person on whom she did not care to dwell.
    2.2 Part 2 Chapter 2 — The Aristocracy of Pull (49% in)
  • She wondered why she found herself thinking suddenly that cave-dwellers had lived naked on the bottom of that canyon for ages.
    1.7 Part 1 Chapter 7 — The Exploiters and the Exploited (2% in)
  • Don't dwell on any of it-thought Rearden, through the silence of many evenings, fighting the sudden access of that new emotion which he did not want to feel-there is an unspeakable evil in the world, you know it, and it's no use dwelling on the details of it.
    1.8 Part 1 Chapter 8 — The John Galt Line (22% in)
  • Don't dwell on any of it-thought Rearden, through the silence of many evenings, fighting the sudden access of that new emotion which he did not want to feel-there is an unspeakable evil in the world, you know it, and it's no use dwelling on the details of it.
    1.8 Part 1 Chapter 8 — The John Galt Line (22% in)

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