1 Heyward paused, for he knew not how to construe the remarkable expression that gleamed across the swarthy features of the attentive Indian.
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2 I construed this remark into an indication of a wish that he should have my place, so I blushingly offered to resign it.
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3 Now as he heard her words, he construed them in his own fashion.
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4 Since the day when he gave her the green bonnet, Rhett had made no advances which could in any way be construed as those of a lover.
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5 Every line that could possibly be interpreted into a secret inclination for war, was carefully avoided; while, on the other hand, he studied those conceits that might be construed into amity.
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