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assume
used in Misery

8 uses
  • He saw that beneath her assumed impassivity she was deeply confused.
    Part 3 — Paul (72% in)
  • At last, just as the clock in what he assumed was the parlor began to strike three, she rose and picked up the bucket.
    Part 1 — Annie (24% in)
  • He would never tell anyone about that, assuming he ever got out of this, and he supposed he might try to lie about it to himself, but he would never be able to do it.
    Part 1 — Annie (26% in)
  • They would only assume that, if he was not here, he must have been strong enough to get at least a little way.
    Part 1 — Annie (51% in)
  • I assume that you meant binding the manuscript?
    Part 1 — Annie (74% in)
  • The fact that the State of Colorado bad elected to bring Annie to trial at all, given such a slight chance of conviction on the evidence, left Paul with one assumption and one certainty.
    Part 2 — Misery (77% in)
  • The assumption was that Annie had said things during her original interrogation which were extremely suggestive, perhaps even damning; her attorney had managed to keep the transcript of that interrogation out of the trial record.
    Part 2 — Misery (77% in)
  • No, she said at last, although he had headed west, so she assumed he must have gone toward Springer's Road and the few farms out that way.
    Part 3 — Paul (72% in)

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