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connotation
used in Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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Definition
a suggested idea or feeling that goes beyond something's primary meaning — for example determined and stubborn have similar literal meanings, but stubborn suggests that someone is unreasonable
  • They had been diverted from their hereditary connotation to signify impressions for which Nature did not intend them.
    6 — The Convert (2% in)

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