1 But this did not trouble the sisters.
2 Back went the sisters to the Midlands.
3 She had hoped her sister would leave him.
4 Clifford had a sister, but she had departed.
5 Hilda fixed her sister with grey, inscrutable eyes.
6 Hilda pulled up her car, got out, and kissed her sister.
7 She stored it up against her sister, this balk in her plans.
8 She needed help, and she knew it: so she wrote a little cri du coeur to her sister, Hilda.
9 Both sisters had had their love experience by the time the war came, and they were hurried home.
10 In the actual sex-thrill within the body, the sisters nearly succumbed to the strange male power.
11 The two sisters at once called on Mrs Bolton, in a newish house in a row, quite select for Tevershall.
12 Both sisters had the same rather golden, glowing skin, and soft brown hair, and naturally strong, warm physique.
13 The two sisters drove off in the morning, Connie looking rather like an Easter lamb, rather small beside Hilda, who held the wheel.
14 The efficient, sometimes charming women knew a thing or two about the sensual realities: they had that pull over their jigging English sisters.
15 The Chatterleys, two brothers and a sister, had lived curiously isolated, shut in with one another at Wragby, in spite of all their connexions.
16 Between artists and cultured socialists, Constance and her sister Hilda had had what might be called an aesthetically unconventional upbringing.
17 Both sisters lived in their father's, really their mother's, Kensington house, and mixed with the young Cambridge group, the group that stood for 'freedom' and flannel trousers, and flannel shirts open at the neck, and a well-bred sort of emotional anarchy, and a whispering, murmuring sort of voice, and an ultra-sensitive sort of manner.
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