1 Here she took out her handkerchief; but Elinor did not feel very compassionate.
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2 Joe and I going to church, therefore, must have been a moving spectacle for compassionate minds.
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3 Look here," said Herbert, showing me the basket, with a compassionate and tender smile, after we had talked a little; "here's poor Clara's supper, served out every night.
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4 I have bethought me of all that gracious and compassionate history.
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5 At the mention of letters the lawyer pursed up his lips, and gave utterance to a thin little compassionate and contemptuous sound.
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6 You may be certain that I will be compassionate and true to you.
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7 Then, with dim, compassionate fingers, she stroked his head, that lay on her breast.
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8 She must be courteous, and she must be compassionate.
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9 Her kind, compassionate visits to this old schoolfellow, sick and reduced, seemed to have quite delighted Mr Elliot.
10 The terrible spectacle of created things developed tenderness in him; he was occupied only in finding for himself, and in inspiring others with the best way to compassionate and relieve.
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11 The curious thing is the haughty, superior, and compassionate airs which this groping philosophy assumes towards the philosophy which beholds God.
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12 Admit, compassionate man, that it is necessary to suffer the most.
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13 The baker could not repress a smile, and as he cut the white bread he surveyed them in a compassionate way which shocked Gavroche.
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14 I watch your career with interest, because I consider you a specimen of a diligent, orderly, energetic woman: not because I deeply compassionate what you have gone through, or what you still suffer.
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15 Darcy, in wretched suspense, could only say something indistinctly of his concern, and observe her in compassionate silence.
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