1 He never talked to her much, but he looked at her a good deal, and she felt sure that he did not regard her with aversion.
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2 Don't take off your apron, whatever you do, it's peculiarly becoming, said Laurie, as Jo bestowed his especial aversion in her capacious pocket and offered her arm to support his feeble steps.
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3 At this awful speech Amy contained herself with difficulty, for the impression was being given that she was rather a fast young lady, which was her especial aversion.
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4 It is a happy thing that time quells the longings of vengeance and hushes the promptings of rage and aversion.
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5 Never once in their dialogues did I hear a syllable of regret at the hospitality they had extended to me, or of suspicion of, or aversion to, myself.
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6 So deep and sensitive was his aversion, that he refrained from going anywhere where he was likely to see or hear of Heathcliff.
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7 While he was speaking, Joseph returned bearing a basin of milk-porridge, and placed it before Linton: who stirred round the homely mess with a look of aversion, and affirmed he could not eat it.
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8 He shrugged his shoulders: shook himself, indeed, as if his flesh crept with aversion; and thrust back his chair; while I got up, and opened my mouth, to commence a downright torrent of abuse.
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9 He had an aversion to yielding so completely to his feelings, choosing rather to absent himself; and eating once in twenty-four hours seemed sufficient sustenance for him.
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10 So that, thinking I had seen enough, full of contempt and aversion, I got up, and pursued the beaten road, hoping it might direct me to the cabin of some Indian.
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11 He had no occasion to say after that that he had conceived an aversion for my patron, neither had I occasion to confess my own.
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12 That old, double look was on me for a moment; and then his eyes darkened with a frown, as it turned, in its aversion, elsewhere.
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13 She had called him "Stiva," and he glanced at her with gratitude, and moved to take her hand, but she drew back from him with aversion.
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14 "Divorce," Alexey Alexandrovitch interrupted, in a tone of aversion.
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15 Even the memories, the impressions, the thoughts of this body awakened in him now the same aversion as the body itself.
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