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thus
used in Candide

19 uses
  • "But your Excellency does not think thus of Virgil?" said Candide.
    Chapter 25 (39% in)
  • Observe, that the nose has been formed to bear spectacles—thus we have spectacles.
    Chapter 1 (46% in)
  • They marched in procession thus habited and heard a very pathetic sermon, followed by fine church music.
    Chapter 6 (55% in)
  • Thus he was musing, scarce able to stand, preached at, whipped, absolved, and blessed, when an old woman accosted him saying: "My son, take courage and follow me."
    Chapter 6 (93% in)
  • Thus she resumed the thread of her story: "A Bulgarian captain came in, saw me all bleeding, and the soldier not in the least disconcerted.
    Chapter 8 (14% in)
  • It appeared to me a very strange kind of ceremony; but thus one judges of things when one has not seen the world.
    Chapter 11 (42% in)
  • Thus almost all our women were drawn in quarters by four men.
    Chapter 11 (81% in)
  • The old woman spoke thus to Cunegonde: "Miss, you have seventy-two quarterings, and not a farthing; it is now in your power to be wife to the greatest lord in South America, who has very beautiful moustachios.
    Chapter 13 (56% in)
  • While he was thus lamenting his fate, he went on eating.
    Chapter 16 (14% in)
  • It is all very well, nothing is more unjust than thus to treat your enemies.
    Chapter 16 (70% in)
  • "Was it Mynheer Vanderdendur," said Candide, "that treated thee thus?"
    Chapter 19 (16% in)
  • And reasoning thus they arrived at Bordeaux.
    Chapter 21 (99% in)
  • "I remember," Martin said, "also to have been sick at Paris in my first voyage; I was very poor, thus I had neither friends, devotees, nor doctors, and I recovered."
    Chapter 22 (7% in)
  • "What would you have?" said Martin; "these people are made thus.
    Chapter 22 (24% in)
  • [25] Thus Candide, Martin, and the Perigordian conversed on the staircase, while watching every one go out after the performance.
    Chapter 22 (29% in)
  • "Travellers are not treated thus in El Dorado," said Candide.
    Chapter 22 (86% in)
  • Talking thus they arrived at Portsmouth.
    Chapter 23 (33% in)
  • "[33] Paquette thus opened her heart to honest Candide, in the presence of Martin, who said to his friend: "You see that already I have won half the wager."
    Chapter 24 (62% in)
  • The fourth spoke thus in his turn: "I am the King of Poland; the fortune of war has stripped me of my hereditary dominions; my father underwent the same vicissitudes; I resign myself to Providence in the same manner as Sultan Achmet, the Emperor Ivan, and King Charles Edward, whom God long preserve; and I am come to the Carnival at Venice."
    Chapter 26 (68% in)

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