1 Well, dear boy, the danger ain't so great.
2 Without I was informed agen, the danger ain't so much to signify.
3 Then you may rely upon it," said Herbert, "that there would be great danger of his doing it.
4 One would have supposed that it was I who was in danger, not he, and that he was reassuring me.
5 I was always in debt to him, always under his thumb, always a working, always a getting into danger.
6 You see, Pip," Joe pursued, as soon as he was past that danger, "Miss Havisham done the handsome thing by you.
7 After each question he tilted me over a little more, so as to give me a greater sense of helplessness and danger.
8 He was throwing his finger at both of us, and I think would have gone on, but for his seeming to think Joe dangerous, and going off.
9 But I reflected that perhaps freedom without danger was too much apart from all the habit of his existence to be to him what it would be to another man.
10 Startop, younger in years and appearance, was reading and holding his head, as if he thought himself in danger of exploding it with too strong a charge of knowledge.
11 On examination it was pronounced that she had received serious hurts, but that they of themselves were far from hopeless; the danger lay mainly in the nervous shock.
12 I could not doubt, either, that he was there, because I was there, and that, however slight an appearance of danger there might be about us, danger was always near and active.
13 The responsible duty of making the toast was delegated to the Aged, and that excellent old gentleman was so intent upon it that he seemed to me in some danger of melting his eyes.
14 I reminded him of the false hopes into which I had lapsed, the length of time they had lasted, and the discovery I had made: and I hinted at the danger that weighed upon my spirits.
15 Difficult as it is in a large city to avoid the suspicion of being watched, when the mind is conscious of danger in that regard, I could not persuade myself that any of the people within sight cared about my movements.
16 He swallowed, or rather snapped up, every mouthful, too soon and too fast; and he looked sideways here and there while he ate, as if he thought there was danger in every direction of somebody's coming to take the pie away.
17 He was not indifferent, for he told me that he hoped to live to see his gentleman one of the best of gentlemen in a foreign country; he was not disposed to be passive or resigned, as I understood it; but he had no notion of meeting danger half way.
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