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used in Of Human Bondage

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calm and untroubled
  • The serenity of her expression was altered by a slight line between the eyebrows: it was the beginning of a frown.
    121-122 — Chapters 121-122 (15% in)
  • Such of the students as had been to a university kept a good deal together: they used a variety of means natural to the young in order to impress upon the less fortunate a proper sense of their inferiority; the rest of the students found their Olympian serenity rather hard to bear.
    55-56 — Chapters 55-56 (15% in)
  • Philip was astonished, for there was a change in him, an extraordinary change; his eyes had no longer the terror-stricken look, and the pinching of his face had gone: he looked happy and serene.
    111-112 — Chapters 111-112 (39% in)
  • Sally attended to her business with serene competence and she accepted placidly the silence which to him was so embarrassing.
    119-120 — Chapters 119-120 (78% in)

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