1 When he did happen to do so, his shooting was something so infallible as to inspire terror.
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2 "God will inspire us," said he.
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3 The joy which we inspire has this charming property, that, far from growing meagre, like all reflections, it returns to us more radiant than ever.
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4 It is very natural that you should make a little row when you find yourself with persons who don't inspire you with sufficient confidence.
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5 The attack had been rough, and of a nature to inspire reflection in the boldest.
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6 The possibility of hurting should inspire an augmentation of respect.
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7 de Treville of women in general, did not inspire him with the least suspicion of his pretty hostess.
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8 All these rooms, which communicated with one another, did not inspire Porthos favorably.
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9 Then, lackeys who ask questions inspire less mistrust than masters, and meet with more sympathy among those to whom they address themselves.
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10 Then, infusing all the humility he possessed into his eyes and voice, he addressed the inspector, and sought to inspire him with pity.
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11 But there is no need to know danger in order to fear it; indeed, it may be observed, that it is usually unknown perils that inspire the greatest terror.
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12 This is all I know, but I know not, count, how you contrived to inspire so much respect in the bandits of Rome who ordinarily have so little respect for anything.
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13 Villefort, becoming somewhat reassured, perceived that to avert the maternal storm gathering over his head, he must inspire Madame Danglars with the terror he felt.
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14 I will revenge my injuries; if I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear, and chiefly towards you my arch-enemy, because my creator, do I swear inextinguishable hatred.
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15 Elizabeth alone had the power to draw me from these fits; her gentle voice would soothe me when transported by passion and inspire me with human feelings when sunk in torpor.
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