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1  You must not judge of him, Miss Dashwood, from YOUR slight acquaintance.
Sense and Sensibility By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER 41
2  She could therefore only LOOK her tenderness, and after slightly addressing him, said no more.
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3  Her love made no answer; and after slightly bowing to the ladies, began complaining of the weather.
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4  As it was, it required but a slight effort of fancy to connect his emotion with the tender recollection of past regard.
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5  He looked at them slightly, without seeming to know who they were, and merely nodded to Mrs. Jennings from the other side of the room.
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6  He was nice in his eating, uncertain in his hours; fond of his child, though affecting to slight it; and idled away the mornings at billiards, which ought to have been devoted to business.
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7  Perhaps she pitied and esteemed him the more because he was slighted by Willoughby and Marianne, who, prejudiced against him for being neither lively nor young, seemed resolved to undervalue his merits.
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8  But while the imaginations of other people will carry them away to form wrong judgments of our conduct, and to decide on it by slight appearances, one's happiness must in some measure be always at the mercy of chance.
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9  But unfortunately in bestowing these embraces, a pin in her ladyship's head dress slightly scratching the child's neck, produced from this pattern of gentleness such violent screams, as could hardly be outdone by any creature professedly noisy.
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10  He entered the room with a look of self-consequence, slightly bowed to the ladies, without speaking a word, and, after briefly surveying them and their apartments, took up a newspaper from the table, and continued to read it as long as he staid.
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11  Elinor was much more hurt by Marianne's warmth than she had been by what produced it; but Colonel Brandon's eyes, as they were fixed on Marianne, declared that he noticed only what was amiable in it, the affectionate heart which could not bear to see a sister slighted in the smallest point.
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12  In hastily forming and giving his opinion of other people, in sacrificing general politeness to the enjoyment of undivided attention where his heart was engaged, and in slighting too easily the forms of worldly propriety, he displayed a want of caution which Elinor could not approve, in spite of all that he and Marianne could say in its support.
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