1 One wore a cap of two staring colors, denoting the class of persons to which she belonged.
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2 All that evening smart sounds denoting an active packing up came from Yeobright's room to the ears of his mother downstairs.
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3 A step, a gesture, a word, on your part, denoting an effort to escape, and you are to be fired upon.
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4 In a flash she remembered Mrs. Trenor's complaints of Carry Fisher's rapacity, and saw that they denoted an unexpected acquaintance with her husband's private affairs.
5 His motions plainly denoted his extreme exhaustion.
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6 The deeper tones of one who spoke as having authority were next heard, amid a silence that denoted the respect with which his orders, or rather advice, was received.
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7 Then a low, but increasing murmur, ran through the multitude, and finally swelled into sounds that denoted a lively opposition in the sentiments of the spectators.
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8 In the meantime, Duncan saw Alice to a place of safety, and then sought the scout, with a countenance that denoted how eagerly he also panted for the approaching contest.
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9 He considered that there was denoted a lack of purpose on the part of the generals.
10 In the regiment there was a peculiar kind of hesitation denoted in the attitudes of the men.
11 They fought swiftly and with a despairing savageness denoted in their expressions.
12 Mrs. Dashwood looked with pleasure at Marianne, whose fine eyes were fixed so expressively on Willoughby, as plainly denoted how well she understood him.
13 He answered quite seriously, and used the word as if it denoted some profession.
14 Peggotty, who was also looking back on the other side, seemed anything but satisfied; as the face she brought back in the cart denoted.
15 The young woman continued to advance; and in addition to the lightness of her step, which had betrayed her, she emitted a little cough which denoted a sweet voice.
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