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1  And Jo blushed at the dreadful 'pegging' which had escaped her.
Little Women By Louisa May Alcott
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2  A few days before she had done a dreadful thing, and it weighed upon her conscience.
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3  I'm too busy to be worried with nonsense, and I think it's dreadful to break up families so.
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4  I'm afraid I shall do something dreadful some day, and spoil my life, and make everybody hate me.
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5  My dear, it's really dreadful, for sometimes she is so bad her frock is up to her knees, and she can't come to school.
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6  It seemed a small loss to others, but to Jo it was a dreadful calamity, and she felt that it never could be made up to her.
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7  If it had not been for Laurie, and old Esther, the maid, she felt that she never could have got through that dreadful time.
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8  Oh, dear, I'm so sorry, for you'll get to liking it better and better, and will waste time and money, and grow like those dreadful boys.
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9  "Don't use such dreadful expressions," replied Meg from the depths of the veil in which she had shrouded herself like a nun sick of the world.
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10  In a place like this I'm sure to upset something, tread on people's toes, or do something dreadful, so I keep out of mischief and let Meg sail about.
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11  At the Kings' today I found everybody in a flurry, and one of the children said that her oldest brother had done something dreadful, and Papa had sent him away.
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12  The girls never forgot that night, for no sleep came to them as they kept their watch, with that dreadful sense of powerlessness which comes to us in hours like those.
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13  I liked the things and the kisses, but it was dreadful to have you sit looking at me while I opened the bundles, said Beth, who was toasting her face and the bread for tea at the same time.
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14  It was dreadful, and the worst of it was John went on so quietly afterward, just as if nothing had happened, except that he stayed in town later, and worked at night when she had gone to cry herself to sleep.
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15  When they went back to be kissed and cuddled by faithful Hannah, they found Beth lying, as she used to do, with her cheek pillowed on her hand, the dreadful pallor gone, and breathing quietly, as if just fallen asleep.
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16  Buffaloes proved soothing and satisfactory, and in her eagerness to amuse another, Beth forgot herself, and was quite unconscious of her sisters' surprise and delight at the unusual spectacle of Beth talking away to one of the dreadful boys, against whom she had begged protection.
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17  Scarlet with shame and anger, Amy went to and fro six dreadful times, and as each doomed couple, looking oh, so plump and juicy, fell from her reluctant hands, a shout from the street completed the anguish of the girls, for it told them that their feast was being exulted over by the little Irish children, who were their sworn foes.
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