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 Current Search - happy in A Farewell to Arms
1  All the officers were very happy.
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2  She looked too happy to believe it.
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3  His brown face was suddenly very happy.
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4  I don't want you happy the way you are.
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5  It will be a great happiness to read them.
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6  But now we're happy and we love each other.
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7  Catherine looked at me all the time, her eyes happy.
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8  You see I'm happy, darling, and we have a lovely time.
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9  We two stopped talking and the captain shouted, "Priest not happy."
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10  You can't be ashamed of something if you're only happy and proud of it.
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11  It was lovely in the nights and if we could only touch each other we were happy.
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12  I haven't been happy for a long time and when I met you perhaps I was nearly crazy.
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13  We lived through the months of January and February and the winter was very fine and we were very happy.
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14  The mattress was firm and comfortable and I lay without moving, hardly breathing, happy in feeling the pain lessen.
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15  After we had eaten we felt fine, and then after, we felt very happy and in a little time the room felt like our own home.
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16  Mr. and Mrs. Guttingen lived downstairs and we would hear them talking sometimes in the evening and they were very happy together too.
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