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- Their companion was attired in very much the same manner; but there was that indescribable something about her dress and bearing which suggested the wife of a provincial notary.1.6.3 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 3 — History of a Leavened Cake of Maize (3% in)
- "Hold your tongue, my dear Liénarde," said her neighbor, pretty, fresh, and very brave, in consequence of being dressed up in her best attire.1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (19% in)
- The music of high and low instruments immediately became audible from the interior of the stage; the tapestry was raised; four personages, in motley attire and painted faces, emerged from it, climbed the steep ladder of the theatre, and, arrived upon the upper platform, arranged themselves in a line before the public, whom they saluted with profound reverences; then the symphony ceased.1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (49% in)
- There was another moment when, while laughing diabolically at himself, he represented to himself la Esmeralda as he had seen her on that first day, lively, careless, joyous, gayly attired, dancing, winged, harmonious, and la Esmeralda of the last day, in her scanty shift, with a rope about her neck, mounting slowly with her bare feet, the angular ladder of the gallows; he figured to himself this double picture in such a manner . that he gave vent to a terrible cry.2.9.1 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 1 — Delirium (26% in)
- In that room, badly lighted by a meagre lamp, there was a fresh, light-haired young man, with a merry face, who amid loud bursts of laughter was embracing a very audaciously attired young girl; and near the lamp sat an old crone spinning and singing in a quavering voice.2.9.1 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 1 — Delirium (60% in)
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