1 I don't suffer it to be spoken of.
2 Yet, what I suffered outside was nothing to what I underwent within.
3 I don't suffer those who were here just now, or any one to speak of it.
4 I will never stir from your side," said I, "when I am suffered to be near you.
5 What I suffered from, was the incompatibility between his cold presence and my feelings towards Estella.
6 His sufferings were hailed with the greatest joy by a knot of spectators, and I felt utterly confounded.
7 In Mrs. Brandley's house and out of Mrs. Brandley's house, I suffered every kind and degree of torture that Estella could cause me.
8 He would want to help me out of his little savings, I knew, and I knew that he ought not to help me, and that I must not suffer him to do it.
9 I suffered unspeakable trouble while I considered and reconsidered whether I should at last dissolve that spell of my childhood and tell Joe all the story.
10 It would have done so, pretty surely, in conjunction with the mental wear and tear I had suffered, but for the unnatural strain upon me that to-morrow was.
11 This pain of the mind was much harder to strive against than any bodily pain I suffered; and Herbert, seeing that, did his utmost to hold my attention engaged.
12 As for example; on the question whether 'twas nobler in the mind to suffer, some roared yes, and some no, and some inclining to both opinions said "Toss up for it;" and quite a Debating Society arose.'
13 That I sometimes struggled with real people, in the belief that they were murderers, and that I would all at once comprehend that they meant to do me good, and would then sink exhausted in their arms, and suffer them to lay me down, I also knew at the time.
14 Miss Havisham's intentions towards me, all a mere dream; Estella not designed for me; I only suffered in Satis House as a convenience, a sting for the greedy relations, a model with a mechanical heart to practise on when no other practice was at hand; those were the first smarts I had.