1 Edna tried to appease her friend, to explain.
2 There was a friend who played upon the 'cello.'
3 He isn't a friend of Mr. Pontellier's; he's a friend of mine.
4 The race horse was a friend and intimate associate of her childhood.
5 Edna found her friend engaged in assorting the clothes which had returned that morning from the laundry.
6 "I have had a letter from your friend," she remarked, as she poured a little cream into Edna's cup and handed it to her.
7 She was still stunned and speechless with emotion when later she leaned over her friend to kiss her and softly say good-by.
8 One morning on his way into town Mr. Pontellier stopped at the house of his old friend and family physician, Doctor Mandelet.
9 Her day had been quite filled up, and it was for a rest, for a refuge, and to talk about Robert, that she sought out her friend.
10 Edna could not control a feeling which bordered upon complacency at her friend's praise, even realizing, as she did, its true worth.
11 She interrupted him to ask if he remembered the name of the author whose book she had bought the week before to send to a friend in Geneva.
12 She cried when he went away, calling him her dear, good friend, and she was quite certain she would grow lonely before very long and go to join him in New York.
13 She thought of Madame Ratignolle, but knew that her fair friend did not leave the house, except to take a languid walk around the block with her husband after nightfall.
14 The young man admitted that Laitner was a warm personal friend, who permitted Arobin's name to decorate the firm's letterheads and to appear upon a shingle that graced Perdido Street.
15 She was not surprised at Mademoiselle Reisz's question the morning that lady, following her to the beach, tapped her on the shoulder and asked if she did not greatly miss her young friend.
16 The spell was soon over, and Mrs. Pontellier could not help wondering if there were not a little imagination responsible for its origin, for the rose tint had never faded from her friend's face.
17 Her most intimate friend at school had been one of rather exceptional intellectual gifts, who wrote fine-sounding essays, which Edna admired and strove to imitate; and with her she talked and glowed over the English classics, and sometimes held religious and political controversies.
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