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- In the ecstatic solemnity with which she swore her faith to him the ordinary sensibilities of sex seemed a flippancy.4 — The Consequence (82% in)
- Having seen that it was really her lover who had advanced, and no one else, her lips parted, and she sank upon him in her momentary joy, with something very like an ecstatic cry.3 — The Rally (98% in)
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