1 Elinor, while she waited in silence and immovable gravity, the conclusion of such folly, could not restrain her eyes from being fixed on him with a look that spoke all the contempt it excited.
2 Mr. Pip," he replied, with gravity, "Walworth is one place, and this office is another.
3 There was a fine, massive gravity in his face, I did not venture to disturb.
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4 After the delivery of this communication, which he shot out of himself as if he were loaded with it, Mr. Dick sat down with greater gravity than usual, and looked at me.
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5 He said, with exceeding gravity, 'Pardon me,' and proceeded, with a mixture of the lowest spirits and the most intense enjoyment, to the peroration of his letter.
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6 He dropped his voice as he said these words, and the gravity I so well remembered overspread his face.
7 "Yes, he realizes all the gravity of it," she thought, and gratefully she pressed his hand.
8 But she was mistaken in thinking he realized the gravity of the fact as she, a woman, realized it.
9 But this interview was still of the utmost gravity for her.
10 You are at this moment just in the humor to appreciate all its gravity.
11 "And, at a moment of such gravity for me, she only thinks of her being dull by herself," thought Levin.
12 And this lack of candor in a matter of such gravity infuriated him.
13 Levin expected something of peculiar gravity and importance from the expression of his face, but Nikolay began speaking of his health.
14 In her voice, as in her eyes, there was that softness and gravity which is found in people continually concentrated on some cherished pursuit.
15 And this is an abuse of great gravity in itself, and one that reacts injuriously on the government service.