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used in The Awakening

8 uses
  • She meant to think of them; that determination had driven into her soul like a death wound—but not to-night.
    Chapter 38 (87% in)
  • "At what time this afternoon?" persisted the old gentleman, with nagging determination, as if he were cross-questioning a criminal in a court of justice.
    Chapter 15 (29% in)
  • She knew that Madame Ratignolle's opinion in such a matter would be next to valueless, that she herself had not alone decided, but determined; but she sought the words of praise and encouragement that would help her to put heart into her venture.
    Chapter 18 (68% in)
  • She realized that she had neglected her reading, and determined to start anew upon a course of improving studies, now that her time was completely her own to do with as she liked.
    Chapter 24 (95% in)
  • "One of these days," she said, "I'm going to pull myself together for a while and think—try to determine what character of a woman I am; for, candidly, I don't know.
    Chapter 27 (23% in)
  • But remembering Edna's whimsical turn of mind of late, and foreseeing that she had immediately acted upon her impetuous determination, he grasped the situation with his usual promptness and handled it with his well-known business tact and cleverness.
    Chapter 32 (18% in)
  • Edna had intended to be indifferent and as reserved as he when she met him; she had reached the determination by a laborious train of reasoning, incident to one of her despondent moods.
    Chapter 36 (22% in)
  • She was determined not to be personal again and make him uncomfortable.
    Chapter 36 (47% in)

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