1 Ellen, by soft-voiced admonition, and Mammy, by constant carping, labored to inculcate in her the qualities that would make her truly desirable as a wife.
2 But now Gerald had bawled the words "Fort Sumter," and every man present forgot his host's admonition.
3 Rebelliously she leaned her elbows on the counter and looked at the crowd, flouting Mammy's oft-repeated admonition against leaning on elbows and making them ugly and wrinkled.
4 But now, Scarlett pushed that admonition into the back of her mind.
5 So the maternal admonition seemed rather to fail of effect.
6 The lank brown horses knew it and shook their bells to the clear night in admonition.
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7 It was the last tram; the lank brown horses knew it and shook their bells to the clear night in admonition.
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8 The clergyman stayed to exchange a few sentences, either of admonition or reproof, with his haughty parishioner; this duty done, he too departed.
9 I promised, as well as I could, that I would not abuse her kindness or forget her admonition.
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10 The more he thought of the Jew's admonition, the more he was at a loss to divine its real purpose and meaning.
11 She was disheartened by Lady Bertram's silence, awed by Sir Thomas's grave looks, and quite overcome by Mrs. Norris's admonitions.
12 Twilight combined with the scenery of Egdon Heath to evolve a thing majestic without severity, impressive without showiness, emphatic in its admonitions, grand in its simplicity.
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13 Her manners had been imposed upon her by her mother's gentle admonitions and the sterner discipline of her mammy; her eyes were her own.