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 Current Search - expect in A Farewell to Arms
1  I was expecting my wife, I said.
A Farewell to Arms By Ernest Hemingway
  In BOOK 4: 34
2  I had always expected to become devout.
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  In BOOK 4: 35
3  We expected a bombardment but it did not come.
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  In BOOK 3: 27
4  I had expected it to be flatter, more like a plateau.
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  In BOOK 3: 27
5  We expected an attack all day but it did not come until the sun was going down.
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  In BOOK 3: 27
6  At the station I had expected to see the porters from the hotels but there was no one.
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  In BOOK 4: 34
7  "I had expected to become more devout as I grow older but somehow I haven't," he said.
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  In BOOK 4: 35
8  I do not know what I had expected, death perhaps and shooting in the dark and running, but nothing happened.
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  In BOOK 3: 30
9  I do not know what I expected to see but I did not see anything except the fields and the bare mulberry trees and the rain falling.
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  In BOOK 3: 30
10  If they shot floorwalkers after a fire in the department store because they spoke with an accent they had always had, then certainly the floorwalkers would not be expected to return when the store opened again for business.
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  In BOOK 3: 32