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1  Astonishment and doubt first seized them; and a shortly succeeding ray of common sense added some bitter emotions of shame.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  The disclosure, however, of the great secret of James's going to Fullerton the day before, did raise some emotion in Mrs. Allen.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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3  But some emotion must appear to be raised by your reply, and surprise is more easily assumed, and not less reasonable than any other.
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4  She contemplated it, however, in spite of this drawback, with much emotion, and, but for a yet stronger interest, would have left it unwillingly.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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5  The painful remembrance of the folly it had helped to nourish and perfect was the only emotion which could spring from a consideration of the building.
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6  Mrs. Allen was one of that numerous class of females, whose society can raise no other emotion than surprise at there being any men in the world who could like them well enough to marry them.
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7  The agitation which she had herself experienced on first learning her brother's engagement made her expect to raise no inconsiderable emotion in Mr. and Mrs. Allen, by the communication of the wonderful event.
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8  Everything indeed relative to this important journey was done, on the part of the Morlands, with a degree of moderation and composure, which seemed rather consistent with the common feelings of common life, than with the refined susceptibilities, the tender emotions which the first separation of a heroine from her family ought always to excite.
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