1 It was Gerald's headstrong and impetuous nature in her that gave them concern, and they sometimes feared they would not be able to conceal her damaging qualities until she had made a good match.
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2 But Atlanta was of her own generation, crude with the crudities of youth and as headstrong and impetuous as herself.
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3 The parrot fortunately offered no further interruption to the entertainment, the whole venom of his nature apparently having been cherished up and hurled against the twins in that one impetuous outburst.
4 Mrs. Highcamp hung with languid but unaffected interest upon the warm and impetuous volubility of her left-hand neighbor, Victor Lebrun.
5 Encouraged by this slight advantage, the impetuous young man continued his onset, and sprang upon his enemy with naked hands.
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6 But the impetuous young men were rewarded by finding that, encumbered with Cora, the Hurons were losing ground in the race.
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7 Ruined castles hanging on the precipices of piny mountains, the impetuous Arve, and cottages every here and there peeping forth from among the trees formed a scene of singular beauty.
8 Her narration was clear and simple; and though it could not be given without emotion, it was not accompanied by violent agitation, nor impetuous grief.
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9 The conservatory doors were standing open, and Rosa Dartle was walking, bareheaded, with a quick, impetuous step, up and down a gravel walk on one side of the lawn.
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10 "No, you didn't, you knew perfectly well I never cared for anyone but Jo," Laurie said that in his old, impetuous tone, and turned his face away as he spoke.
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11 When I did speak, it was only to express an impetuous wish that I had never been born, or never come to Thornfield.
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12 He seemed a rather childish, impetuous fellow.
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13 Oliver was awakened in the morning, by a loud kicking at the outside of the shop-door: which, before he could huddle on his clothes, was repeated, in an angry and impetuous manner, about twenty-five times.
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14 Perhaps she had felt the impetuous desire that was in him, and then the yielding mood had come upon her.
15 He is, in fact, but for his years and size, rather like a very impetuous baby "taking notice" eagerly and loudly, and requiring almost as much watching to keep him out of unintended mischief.