1 I shall commit my thoughts to paper, it is true; but that is a poor medium for the communication of feeling.
2 Yet his manners are so conciliating and gentle that the sailors are all interested in him, although they have had very little communication with him.
3 You may easily imagine that I was much gratified by the offered communication, yet I could not endure that he should renew his grief by a recital of his misfortunes.
4 Here, then, was a wide and reasonably lofty hall, extending through the whole depth of the house, and forming a medium of general communication, more or less directly, with all the other apartments.
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5 Your secret is safe with me; but pardon me if I express some surprise at so unnecessary a communication.
6 Elinor, persuaded that he had some communication to make in which her sister was concerned, impatiently expected its opening.
7 Elinor's thanks followed this speech with grateful earnestness; attended too with the assurance of her expecting material advantage to Marianne, from the communication of what had passed.
8 Her first communication had reached no farther than to state the fact of the engagement, and the length of time it had existed.
9 The continuance of their engagement, and the means that were able to be taken for promoting its end, was all her communication; and this produced from Mrs. Jennings the following natural remark.
10 Between THEM no subject is finished, no communication is even made, till it has been made at least twenty times over.
11 In what state the affair stood at present between them, Edward knew not, for no communication with any of his family had yet been attempted by him.
12 Told would seem to imply verbal communication.
13 Compeyson says to me, 'Separate defences, no communication,' and that was all.
14 As I thought that I might compromise him if I went too often to the Castle, I made this communication by letter.
15 No precaution could have been more obvious than our refraining from communication with him that day; yet this again increased my restlessness.