1 The child was pale and wan, but her healthy arms and legs showed that she had suffered less than her companion.
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2 This was a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced gentleman, with a shock of hair prematurely white, and a boisterous and decided manner.
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3 Moreover, the healthy spirits who had mounted to this sublime height were attractive to many of the Gradgrind school.
4 They had their pathetic, two-seconds spasms like Michaelis; but no healthy human sensuality, that warms the blood and freshens the whole being.
5 Clifford was so healthy, considering.
6 I don't care who his father may be, so long as he is a healthy man not below normal intelligence.
7 Give me the child of any healthy, normally intelligent man, and I will make a perfectly competent Chatterley of him.
8 He was moderately stout, and had stout thighs, but they were still strong and well-knit, the thighs of a healthy man who had taken his pleasure in life.
9 And while she aided and abetted him all she could, away in the remotest corner of her ancient healthy womanhood she despised him with a savage contempt that knew no bounds.
10 The master was a fat, healthy man; but he turned very pale.
11 Oliver had long since grown stout and healthy; but health or sickness made no difference in his warm feelings of a great many people.
12 She might have been absolutely rich and perfectly healthy, and yet be happy.
13 The self-reproach and contrition which are displayed in his remark appear to me to be the signs of a healthy mind rather than of a guilty one.
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14 Holmes looked even thinner and keener than of old, but there was a dead-white tinge in his aquiline face which told me that his life recently had not been a healthy one.
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15 All the healthy instincts of self-defence rose up in him against such waste.