1 I commenced by inuring my body to hardship.
2 We called each other familiarly by the name of cousin.
3 "Why, no," I answered, rather surprised by his tone.
4 His count of enchanted objects had diminished by one.
5 They stood side by side examining it.
6 Owl-Eyes spoke to me by the gate.
7 He won it indeed, in great part, by his sorrows.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XI. THE INTERIOR OF A HEART
8 Not seldom, it had been seen by multitudes.
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9 I am by no means assured of his regard for me.
10 He engaged to be with them by four o'clock.
11 I am flattered by his commendation.
12 By all the world, rather than by his own heart.
13 The work of one moment was destroyed by the next.
14 Elinor would not humour her by farther opposition.
15 Elinor could not NOW be made unhappy by this behaviour.