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approach
used in Change of Heart by Picoult

12 uses
  • I stood, speechless, as the officer approached.
  • I was just finishing up with the sign of the cross when a small, silver-haired lady approached my desk.
  • When one girl approached, I unrolled the window.
  • As I approached the barn, I heard the most unholy sounds—like cats being dismembered, calves being slaughtered.
  • The doors opened and I hoisted him up, approaching the nurse's desk near Claire's room.
  • M I C HAEL As soon as I was asked to approach the witness stand, I locked my gaze on Shay's.
  • The clerk approached, holding a Bible.
  • Now, twenty minutes later, I was approaching Grace's house, and hoping for a better reception.
  • "Judge," I said immediately, alert to a rapidly approaching meltdown.
  • "Fifteen minutes," Judge Haig said, and the U.S. marshals approached to remand Shay into custody.
  • I rose from my seat and approached the commissioner.
  • "Shay," I said, at a loss, approaching him.

There are no more uses of "approach" in Change of Heart by Picoult.

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