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1  I care nothing for your sufferings.
Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
2  They were too much absorbed in their mutual joy to suffer embarrassment.
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3  Then the latch was raised and fell: they did not suffer him to come forth.
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4  But poor Hareton, the most wronged, was the only one who really suffered much.
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5  Her accomplice suffered for his share in the escape, notwithstanding his timid contrivances.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVIII
6  I know what he suffers now, for instance, exactly: it is merely a beginning of what he shall suffer, though.
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7  I know what he suffers now, for instance, exactly: it is merely a beginning of what he shall suffer, though.
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8  The stanchions stood too close to suffer his shoulders to follow, and I smiled, exulting in my fancied security.
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9  They brought word that Catherine was ill: too ill to quit her room; and Heathcliff would not suffer them to see her.
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10  Joseph objected at first; she was too much in earnest, however, to suffer contradiction; and at last he placed his hat on his head, and walked grumbling forth.
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11  He many a time spoke sternly to me about my pertness; and averred that the stab of a knife could not inflict a worse pang than he suffered at seeing his lady vexed.
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12  He muttered detached words also; the only one I could catch was the name of Catherine, coupled with some wild term of endearment or suffering; and spoken as one would speak to a person present; low and earnest, and wrung from the depth of his soul.
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13  He sighed and moaned like one under great suffering, and kept it up for a quarter of an hour; on purpose to distress his cousin apparently, for whenever he caught a stifled sob from her he put renewed pain and pathos into the inflexions of his voice.
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14  I was cogitating what the mystery might be, and determined Catherine should never suffer to benefit him or any one else, by my good will; when, hearing a rustle among the ling, I looked up and saw Mr. Heathcliff almost close upon us, descending the Heights.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII