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used in In the Unlikely Event

12 uses
  • Half the girls in her graduating class were already engaged, showing off their diamond rings every chance they got.
    p. 467.8
  • Though, honestly, if she turned twenty-five and she still wasn't engaged, she saw no point in saving it.
    p. 46.9
  • She was in a sour mood because Rusty wouldn't let her invite Mason to dinner at The Tavern, where they were going to celebrate Henry's engagement to Leah.
    p. 150.9
  • And Miri knew better than to ask them any questions today, a day they were celebrating the engagement of Henry and Leah.
    p. 157.9
  • "We're celebrating our engagement today," Leah said, holding up her hand as if she couldn't believe it was her hand, with polished fingernails, a white orchid wrist corsage and, to top it all off, the ring.
    p. 160.5
  • "We're celebrating our engagement today."
    p. 161.9
  • This morning President Truman enjoyed his daily walk to the beach one mile away, where he swam in the Atlantic Ocean and watched his staff engage in a vigorous volleyball match.
    p. 169.7
  • Audrey Hepburn, twenty-one years old, opened in Gigi on Broadway, signed with Paramount Pictures and was engaged to be married.
    p. 197.6
  • She'd missed her chance last night because she'd had to go with her family to an engagement party for her least favorite of the cousins who worked at Three Brothers.
    p. 243.9
  • He was engaged to one of the stewardesses from Gaby's class.
    p. 284.1
  • BOSTON, FEB. 13 (UPI) —Plans for a Valentine's Day wedding went awry because a tall bride-to-be has disappeared after leaving a note to her still taller fiancé, and her engagement ring pinned to a pillow.
    p. 302.2
  • When they became engaged a year later, he gave her new skis and a black pearl to wear around her neck on a chain.
    p. 468.2

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