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1  A violent gust of wind, rising with sudden fury, added fresh horror to the moment.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  You are splashed getting in and getting out; and the wind takes your hair and your bonnet in every direction.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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3  The storm still raged, and various were the noises, more terrific even than the wind, which struck at intervals on her startled ear.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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4  The wind roared down the chimney, the rain beat in torrents against the windows, and everything seemed to speak the awfulness of her situation.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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5  The night was stormy; the wind had been rising at intervals the whole afternoon; and by the time the party broke up, it blew and rained violently.
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6  For the world would she not have her weakness suspected, and yet, unequal to an absolute falsehood, was constrained to acknowledge that the wind had kept her awake a little.
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7  It was a narrow winding path through a thick grove of old Scotch firs; and Catherine, struck by its gloomy aspect, and eager to enter it, could not, even by the general's disapprobation, be kept from stepping forward.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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8  It could be nothing but the violence of the wind penetrating through the divisions of the shutters; and she stepped boldly forward, carelessly humming a tune, to assure herself of its being so, peeped courageously behind each curtain, saw nothing on either low window seat to scare her, and on placing a hand against the shutter, felt the strongest conviction of the wind's force.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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