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used in The Fountainhead

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for that reason (what follows is so because of what was just said)
  • Keating was astonished, therefore, one morning shortly after the Ainsworth reception, to see Francon arrive at the office with a countenance of nervous irritation.
    1.9 — Part 1 Chapter 9 (77% in)
  • Keating made it known, with an air of naive confidence which implied that he was only a tool, no more than Tim's pencil or T-square, that his help enhanced Tim's importance rather than diminished it and, therefore, he did not wish to conceal it.
    1.5 — Part 1 Chapter 5 (7% in)
  • A little later, from among a group of friends, she heard his rich, vibrant voice saying: "...and, therefore, the noblest conception on earth is that of men's absolute equality.
    2.6 — Part 2 Chapter 6 (**% in)
  • The four architects had decided to achieve an effect of harmony and therefore not to use any historical style in its pure form.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 (66% in)
  • Old families deserve a great deal of consideration, and we must have tolerance for the opinions of others, because tolerance is the greatest virtue, therefore it would be unfair to force your views on Vincent Knowlton, and if you just let him believe what he pleases, he will be glad to help you too, because he's a very human person.
    3.2 — Part 3 Chapter 2 (14% in)
  • The thin line of his mouth moved faintly, as if his lips had caught the first hint of a personal revelation—an involuntary one and, therefore, a weakness—and were holding it tight while he spoke: "Most people go to very to very great lengths in order to convince themselves of their self-respect."
    3.3 — Part 3 Chapter 3 (42% in)
  • Therefore, will you please take this and consider the matter settled?
    3.5 — Part 3 Chapter 5 (5% in)
  • Therefore, I shall make a hit out of—what's the name of your play, Ike?
    3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (30% in)
  • Therefore, I shall make a hit out of No Skin Off Your Ass.
    3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (30% in)
  • Such chips of thought as he could distinguish told him that the ideas he heard were of a high moral order, the ones he had always accepted, and therefore no evil could come to him from that, no evil could be intended.
    4.7 — Part 4 Chapter 7 (69% in)
  • You will, therefore, have no reason to limit yourself by any consideration of costs in your design of the building.
    4.19 — Part 4 Chapter 19 (87% in)

There are no more uses of "therefore" in The Fountainhead.

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