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1  She was in good humour with all.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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2  The visit passed off altogether in high good humour.
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3  When he did perceive and acknowledge her, however, it was done with all his usual frankness and good humour.
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4  While well, and happy, and properly attended to, she had great good humour and excellent spirits; but any indisposition sunk her completely.
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5  She joined Charles and Mary, and was tired enough to be very glad of Charles's other arm; but Charles, though in very good humour with her, was out of temper with his wife.
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6  Her manners were open, easy, and decided, like one who had no distrust of herself, and no doubts of what to do; without any approach to coarseness, however, or any want of good humour.
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7  Very good humoured, unaffected girls, indeed," said Mrs Croft, in a tone of calmer praise, such as made Anne suspect that her keener powers might not consider either of them as quite worthy of her brother; "and a very respectable family.
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8  --She had humoured, or softened, or concealed his failings, and promoted his real respectability for seventeen years; and though not the very happiest being in the world herself, had found enough in her duties, her friends, and her children, to attach her to life, and make it no matter of indifference to her when she was called on to quit them.
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