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1  I got up and offered her my seat in the arm-chair.
Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXX
2  Fit to cry, I took an orange from my pocket, and offered it to propitiate him.
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3  I read in his countenance what anguish it was to offer that sacrifice to spleen.
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4  I give you what I have: the present is hardly worth accepting; but I have nothing else to offer.
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5  As she never offered to descend to breakfast next morning, I went to ask whether she would have some carried up.
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6  My landlord halloed for me to stop ere I reached the bottom of the garden, and offered to accompany me across the moor.
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7  No plan offered itself: the very exhibition of any desire to keep him would have rendered the claimant more peremptory: there was nothing left but to resign him.
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8  Mr. Heathcliff sat at a table, turning over some papers in his pocket-book; but he rose when I appeared, asked me how I did, quite friendly, and offered me a chair.
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9  She placed a cushion under his head, and offered him some water; he rejected the latter, and tossed uneasily on the former, as if it were a stone or a block of wood.
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10  He went down: I set him a stool by the fire, and offered him a quantity of good things: but he was sick and could eat little, and my attempts to entertain him were thrown away.
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11  The former offered me munificent wages; the latter ordered me to pack up: he wanted no women in the house, he said, now that there was no mistress; and as to Hareton, the curate should take him in hand, by-and-by.
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12  He is fond of reading, and he thinks of leaving soon to get married; so he offered, if I would lend him books out of the library, to do what I wished: but I preferred giving him my own, and that satisfied him better.
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13  All her nice books are mine; she offered to give me them, and her pretty birds, and her pony Minny, if I would get the key of our room, and let her out; but I told her she had nothing to give, they were all, all mine.
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14  I saw he meant to give her his company; and I guessed, by his way, he wanted to be presentable; so, laughing, as I durst not laugh when the master is by, I offered to help him, if he would, and joked at his confusion.
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15  At first she sat silent; but that could not last: she had resolved to make a pet of her little cousin, as she would have him to be; and she commenced stroking his curls, and kissing his cheek, and offering him tea in her saucer, like a baby.
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