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1  Willoughby certainly does not deserve to be suspected.
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2  My brother did not deserve her; he did not even love her.
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3  Elinor agreed to it all, for she did not think he deserved the compliment of rational opposition.
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4  Edward tried to return her kindness as it deserved, but before such witnesses he dared not say half what he really felt.
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5  Miss Lucy Steele is, I dare say, a very deserving young woman, but in the present case you know, the connection must be impossible.
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6  I should never deserve her confidence again, after forcing from her a confession of what is meant at present to be unacknowledged to any one.
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7  Her affection for me deserved better treatment, and I often, with great self-reproach, recall the tenderness which, for a very short time, had the power of creating any return.
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8  Here ceased the rapid flow of her self-reproving spirit; and Elinor, impatient to soothe, though too honest to flatter, gave her instantly that praise and support which her frankness and her contrition so well deserved.
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9  I have heard," said he, with great compassion, "of the injustice your friend Mr. Ferrars has suffered from his family; for if I understand the matter right, he has been entirely cast off by them for persevering in his engagement with a very deserving young woman.
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10  She thanked him for it with all her heart, spoke of Edward's principles and disposition with that praise which she knew them to deserve; and promised to undertake the commission with pleasure, if it were really his wish to put off so agreeable an office to another.
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