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1  There was no triumph, no pitiful triumph in his manner.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
Get Context   In Chapter 10
2  Mr Elliot was there; she avoided, but she could pity him.
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Get Context   In Chapter 23
3  They played me a pitiful trick once: got away with some of my best men.
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4  Now, I cannot help thinking it a pity that he does not live entirely by the sea.
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5  Anne sighed and blushed and smiled, in pity and disdain, either at her friend or herself.
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6  She had received ideas which disposed her to be courteous and kind to all, and to pity every one, as being less happy than herself.
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7  Between ourselves, I think it a great pity Henrietta did not remain at Lyme as long as Louisa; it would have kept her a little out of his way.
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8  Anne's shudderings were to herself alone; but the Miss Musgroves could be as open as they were sincere, in their exclamations of pity and horror.
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9  She had little hope of success; but Elizabeth, who in the event of such a reverse would be so much more to be pitied than herself, should never, she thought, have reason to reproach her for giving no warning.
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10  Anne talked of being perfectly ready, and tried to look it; but she felt that could Henrietta have known the regret and reluctance of her heart in quitting that chair, in preparing to quit the room, she would have found, in all her own sensations for her cousin, in the very security of his affection, wherewith to pity her.
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Get Context   In Chapter 22