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used in Selected Tales by Poe

3 uses
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cause — usually a feeling (possibly a situation)
  • —Wild visions, opium-engendered, flitted, shadow-like, before me.
    1 — Ligeia (78% in)
  • "I know not," continued Dupin, "what impression I may have made, so far, upon your own understanding; but I do not hesitate to say that legitimate deductions even from this portion of the testimony—the portion respecting the gruff and shrill voices—are in themselves sufficient to engender a suspicion which should give direction to all farther progress in the investigation of the mystery.
    4 — The Murders in the Rue Morgue (57% in)
  • I wish you, therefore, to discard from your thoughts the blundering idea of motive, engendered in the brains of the police by that portion of the evidence which speaks of money delivered at the door of the house.
    4 — The Murders in the Rue Morgue (71% in)

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