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- "They are better women than I," she replied, magnanimously sticking to her resolve.3 — The Rally (86% in)
- Izz spoke with a magnanimous abandonment of herself to the situation; she could not be—no woman with a heart bigger than a hazel-nut could be—antagonistic to Tess in her presence, the influence which she exercised over those of her own sex being of a warmth and strength quite unusual, curiously overpowering the less worthy feminine feelings of spite and rivalry.5 — The Woman Pays (90% in)
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