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used in Atonement

3 uses
  • He laughed politely, though he must have thought me profoundly stupid.
    Part 3 (90% in)
  • Cecilia wondered, as she sometimes did when she met a man for the first time, if this was the one she was going to marry, and whether it was this particular moment she would remember for the rest of her life—with gratitude, or profound and particular regret.
    Part 1 (24% in)
  • That the word had been written by a man confessing to an image in his mind, confiding a lonely preoccupation, disgusted her profoundly.
    Part 1 (60% in)

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