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1  Anne had very sincerely rejoiced in there being no means of her going.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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2  And all this was said with a truth and sincerity of feeling irresistible.
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3  His present attentions to your family are very sincere: quite from the heart.
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4  The rain was a mere trifle, and Anne was most sincere in preferring a walk with Mr Elliot.
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5  The Admiral does not seem very ill, and I sincerely hope Bath will do him all the good he wants.
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6  She had been used before to feel that he could not be always quite sincere, but now she saw insincerity in everything.
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7  It was a heartiness, and a warmth, and a sincerity which Anne delighted in the more, from the sad want of such blessings at home.
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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 felt that she could so much more depend upon the sincerity of those who sometimes looked or said a careless or a hasty thing, than of those whose presence of mind never varied, whose tongue never slipped.
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