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used in This Side of Paradise

9 uses
  • He realized that he was safe and only then did he appreciate the full enormity of what he might have incurred.
    2.4 — The Supercilious Sacrifice (73% in)
  • She would not have appreciated the Japanese invasion.
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (58% in)
  • In the proper land and century he might have been a Richelieu—at present he was a very moral, very religious (if not particularly pious) clergyman, making a great mystery about pulling rusty wires, and appreciating life to the fullest, if not entirely enjoying it.
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (64% in)
  • "Joe's" was unaesthetic and faintly unsanitary, but a limitless charge account could be opened there, a convenience that Amory appreciated.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (22% in)
  • She appreciated this.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (59% in)
  • He talked of Greenwich Village now instead of "noon-swirled moons," and met winter muses, unacademic, and cloistered by Forty-second Street and Broadway, instead of the Shelleyan dream-children with whom he had regaled their expectant appreciation.
    1.3 — The Egotist Considers (58% in)
  • Amory tried politely to appreciate them, and gave up laughingly.
    1.4 — Narcissus Off Duty (24% in)
  • I honestly think that's all pretty much rot, though it seemed to give sentimental comfort to those at home; and may make fathers and mothers appreciate their children.
    1.4 — Narcissus Off Duty (99% in)
  • Mackenzie, Chesterton, Galsworthy, Bennett, had sunk in his appreciation from sagacious, life-saturated geniuses to merely diverting contemporaries.
    2.2 — Experiments in Convalescence (47% in)

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