1 It was a flaming torch that kindled desire.
2 There was no one thing in the world that she desired.
3 "She must feel very lonely without her son," said Edna, desiring to change the subject.
4 Each one congratulated himself that his special teachings had accomplished this desired end.
5 On a few previous occasions she had been completely deprived of any desire to finish her dinner.
6 A maid, in white fluted cap, offered the callers liqueur, coffee, or chocolate, as they might desire.
7 He instructed the black woman to go at once and inform Madame Lebrun that Mrs. Pontellier desired to see her.
8 A subtle current of desire passed through her body, weakening her hold upon the brushes and making her eyes burn.
9 Victor expressed his desire and intention to call upon Miss Highcamp at the first opportunity which presented itself.
10 Edna's desire to see Mademoiselle Reisz had increased tenfold since these unlooked-for obstacles had arisen to thwart it.
11 He fell in love, as men are in the habit of doing, and pressed his suit with an earnestness and an ardor which left nothing to be desired.
12 No multitude of words could have been more significant than those moments of silence, or more pregnant with the first-felt throbbings of desire.
13 She could speak no English, but when Robert made her understand that the lady who accompanied him was ill and desired to rest, she was all eagerness to make Edna feel at home and to dispose of her comfortably.
14 She had no desire to sleep or to retire; nor did she feel like going over to sit with the Ratignolles, or to join Madame Lebrun and a group whose animated voices reached her as they sat in conversation before the house.
15 Each house consisted of two compartments, and each family at Lebrun's possessed a compartment for itself, fitted out with all the essential paraphernalia of the bath and whatever other conveniences the owners might desire.
16 There was no special message to Edna except a postscript saying that if Mrs. Pontellier desired to finish the book which he had been reading to her, his mother would find it in his room, among other books there on the table.
17 She would, through habit, have yielded to his desire; not with any sense of submission or obedience to his compelling wishes, but unthinkingly, as we walk, move, sit, stand, go through the daily treadmill of the life which has been portioned out to us.
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