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used in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

3 uses
  • You'd think she understood—the way she acted so pleased, flashing her two-toothed smile about indiscriminately.
    Chapter 45 (35% in)
  • One of the reasons was that when a little girl was attacked, the parents kept it secret so that no one would know and discriminate against the child and look on her as a thing apart and make it impossible for her to resume a normal childhood with her playmates.
    Chapter 33 (13% in)
  • He was a Harvard graduate and in spite of a broad "a" which he used indiscriminately, his speech was plain and his vocabulary less affected than those of the readers, most of whom had graduated from high school and had picked up an extensive vocabulary from years of reading.
    Chapter 44 (36% in)

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