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used in Of Human Bondage

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something of small importance; or a small quantity
  • She never forgot his birthday, but made a point always of sending him a trifle, absurd but touching.
    51-52 — Chapters 51-52 (52% in)
  • Sometimes things went wrong, and she found herself with no money at all; then her trifling possessions found their way to a pawnshop in the Vauxhall Bridge Road, and she ate bread and butter till things grew brighter.
    65-66 — Chapters 65-66 (49% in)
  • He was more alive, there was an excitement in sheer being, an eager vehemence of soul, which made life now a trifle dull.
    67-68 — Chapters 67-68 (50% in)
  • "I can bear the trifling inconvenience that he feels with a good deal of fortitude,' said Philip.
    79-80 — Chapters 79-80 (76% in)

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