1 But not long was the interval of tranquillity; for, when supper was over, singing was talked of, and she had the mortification of seeing Mary, after very little entreaty, preparing to oblige the company.
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2 You will hardly blame me for refusing to comply with this entreaty, or for resisting every repetition to it.
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3 Most earnestly did she then entreaty him to lose no more time before he wrote.
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4 Jane instantly gave a look at Elizabeth which spoke her distress at such premeditation, and her entreaty that she would not give in to it.
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5 Another entreaty that she would be serious, however, produced the desired effect; and she soon satisfied Jane by her solemn assurances of attachment.
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6 As it happened that Elizabeth had much rather not, she endeavoured in her answer to put an end to every entreaty and expectation of the kind.
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7 Catherine was near distraught: still, she persisted that she must go home, and tried entreaty in her turn, persuading him to subdue his selfish agony.
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8 The dwarf, at my entreaty, had no other punishment than a sound whipping.
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9 Only the silence of the boat was at intervals startlingly pierced by one of his peculiar whispers, now harsh with command, now soft with entreaty.
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10 Not reasoning; not remonstrance; not entreaty wilt thou hearken to; all this thou scornest.
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11 Her glance wandered from his face away toward the Gulf, whose sonorous murmur reached her like a loving but imperative entreaty.
12 He did not mind the entreaty, but the tone with its delicate note of pathos was like a reproach.
13 The boys were being put to bed; the patter of their bare, escaping feet could be heard occasionally, as well as the pursuing voice of the quadroon, lifted in mild protest and entreaty.
14 She took her seat, and held forth her arms for her sister, with an air of entreaty and love that even the Huron could not deny.
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15 Her husband and children were her entire world, and in these she ruled more by entreaty and persuasion than by command or argument.
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