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- "A witch my foot," she said scornfully.Chapter 10 (23% in)
- A craftsman of the old school, he scorned progress.Chapter 16 (24% in)
- She was afraid to go home, afraid that Mama would make scornful shame of her.Chapter 19 (59% in)
- "They say God's so great," said Francie scornfully, "and knows everything and can do everything.Chapter 37 (33% in)
- "What kind of people do you think we are?" asked Francie scornfully as she displayed a modest layette consisting of four handmade flannel kimonos, four bands, a dozen hand-hemmed diapers and four threadbare shirts which she and Neeley had worn in turn as babies.Chapter 40 (54% in)
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