1 Now, her never- too-scrupulous sense of honor was dulled by repetition of the offense and even fear of discovery had subsided.
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2 Will did not take offense but continued rubbing his hands before the flame.
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3 But, she told herself time and again, she would have to walk easily, gingerly, be meek under insults, yielding to injustices, never giving offense to anyone, black or white, who might do her harm.
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4 Once again he repeated the offense.
5 Neither party had firearms, and the contest was to be decided in the deadliest manner, hand to hand, with weapons of offense, and none of defense.
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6 The squaws seized clubs, axes, or whatever weapon of offense first offered itself to their hands, and rushed eagerly to act their part in the cruel game that was at hand.
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7 He felt offended, and without his noticing it the feeling of offense immediately turned into one of disdain which was quite uncalled for.
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8 To expiate his huntsman's offense, Ilagin pressed the Rostovs to come to an upland of his about a mile away which he usually kept for himself and which, he said, swarmed with hares.
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9 And here we live, thank heaven, without offense.
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10 Bingley was sure of being liked wherever he appeared, Darcy was continually giving offense.
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11 She was at least free from the offense of Mr. Darcy's further notice; though often standing within a very short distance of her, quite disengaged, he never came near enough to speak.
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12 He had only not to refuse things, not to show jealousy, not to be quarrelsome or take offense, all of which from his characteristic good nature he never did.
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13 The celebrated doctor did not take offense.
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14 For frivolity and jokes and spotted tights were an offense, when they intruded themselves upon a spirit that was exalted into the vague august realm of the romantic.
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15 To delay it a single day would be in my eyes now to commit a fresh offense.
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