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1  To prolong doubt was to prolong hope.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
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2  He had held me in awe, because he had held me in doubt.
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3  Indeed, I should say it was ascertained beyond a doubt.
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4  I inquired whether this was the case: no doubt in a somewhat crest-fallen tone.
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5  I should doubt his knowing anything at all about Mr. Rochester; it is not in Mr. Rochester he is interested.
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6  It is the Rock of Ages I ask you to lean on: do not doubt but it will bear the weight of your human weakness.
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7  Near the churchyard, and in the middle of a garden, stood a well-built though small house, which I had no doubt was the parsonage.
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8  No doubt he had invoked the help of the Holy Spirit to subdue the anger I had roused in him, and now believed he had forgiven me once more.
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9  However, had they been married, they would no doubt by their severity as husbands have made up for their softness as suitors; and so will you, I fear.
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10  Not being in a condition to remove his doubt, I only cast my eyes down on the two large feet planted on the rug, and sighed, wishing myself far enough away.
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11  I should suffer often, no doubt, attached to him only in this capacity: my body would be under rather a stringent yoke, but my heart and mind would be free.
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12  I am little better than a devil at this moment; and, as my pastor there would tell me, deserve no doubt the sternest judgments of God, even to the quenchless fire and deathless worm.
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13  Most gentlemen would admire her, I thought; and that he did admire her, I already seemed to have obtained proof: to remove the last shade of doubt, it remained but to see them together.
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14  Most people would have termed her a splendid woman of her age: and so she was, no doubt, physically speaking; but then there was an expression of almost insupportable haughtiness in her bearing and countenance.
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15  St. John, no doubt, would have given the world to follow, recall, retain her, when she thus left him; but he would not give one chance of heaven, nor relinquish, for the elysium of her love, one hope of the true, eternal Paradise.
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16  They might have said, as I have no doubt they thought, that they had believed me to be without any friends save them: for, indeed, I had often said so; but, with their true natural delicacy, they abstained from comment, except that Diana asked me if I was sure I was well enough to travel.
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17  Mrs. Fairfax surmised that he was gone to make arrangements for his wedding, as he had talked of purchasing a new carriage: she said the idea of his marrying Miss Ingram still seemed strange to her; but from what everybody said, and from what she had herself seen, she could no longer doubt that the event would shortly take place.
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