1 Let us mistrust the unexpected.
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2 "It is of no use for you to know anything about it," said the young woman, whom an instinctive mistrust now impelled to draw back.
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3 Athos entered without the least mistrust, and took out two pistoles to pay the bill.
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4 My dear fellow, I mistrust women.
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5 It is not from mistrust that I request you to follow me, but for my security.
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6 Although I was without mistrust, a vague fear seized me, and I tried to struggle against sleepiness.
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7 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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8 And as she could now have nothing more painful to hear on the subject than had already been told, she did not mistrust her own ability of going through a repetition of particulars with composure.
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9 I said that I did not blame him, or suspect him, or mistrust him, but I wanted assurance of the truth from him.
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10 The time had been, when I should have been uneasy in her going; but reflection on what had passed that former night in the Doctor's study, had made a change in my mistrust.
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11 It was a source of great satisfaction to him, he said--and, he was sure, to all others present--to feel that a long period of mistrust and misunderstanding had now come to an end.
12 I have not supposed so; but, as I have said, I mistrust myself now.
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13 'You don't mistrust with your body, when your blood comes up,' she said.
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14 Villefort's first impression was favorable; but he had been so often warned to mistrust first impulses, that he applied the maxim to the impression, forgetting the difference between the two words.
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15 "You mistrust me, then," said Dantes.
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