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1  But she shall forgive me again, and on more reasonable grounds.
Sense and Sensibility By Jane Austen
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2  I am not sensible of having done anything wrong in walking over Mrs. Smith's grounds, or in seeing her house.
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3  Tell me what it is, explain the grounds on which you acted, and I shall be satisfied, in being able to satisfy you.
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4  She had raised herself from the ground, but her foot had been twisted in her fall, and she was scarcely able to stand.
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5  The whole of his behaviour," replied Elinor, "from the beginning to the end of the affair, has been grounded on selfishness.
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6  Willoughby opened the piano-forte, and asked Marianne to sit down to it; and thus amidst the various endeavours of different people to quit the topic, it fell to the ground.
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7  Marianne had at first the advantage, but a false step brought her suddenly to the ground; and Margaret, unable to stop herself to assist her, was involuntarily hurried along, and reached the bottom in safety.
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8  They had too much sense to be desirable companions to the former; and by the latter they were considered with a jealous eye, as intruding on THEIR ground, and sharing the kindness which they wanted to monopolize.
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9  The grounds were declared to be highly beautiful, and Sir John, who was particularly warm in their praise, might be allowed to be a tolerable judge, for he had formed parties to visit them, at least, twice every summer for the last ten years.
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10  She had depended on a twilight walk to the Grecian temple, and perhaps all over the grounds, and an evening merely cold or damp would not have deterred her from it; but a heavy and settled rain even SHE could not fancy dry or pleasant weather for walking.
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11  She managed the recital, as she hoped, with address; prepared her anxious listener with caution; related simply and honestly the chief points on which Willoughby grounded his apology; did justice to his repentance, and softened only his protestations of present regard.
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