1 But the planters' ladies and the planters' slaves could not overlook the fact that he was not born a gentleman, even if their men folks could.
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2 She wouldn't overlook a man of marriageable age, from ginger-whiskered old Frank Kennedy, who was Suellen's beau, on down to shy, quiet, blushing Charles Hamilton, Melanie's brother.
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3 How kind she was to overlook his blunderings.
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4 But she could overlook such things at a time like this.
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5 Now, quiet your ruffled feathers and overlook my boorish remarks about the proud and honorable Ashley.
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6 We oughtenter overlook nobody, Andy, cause the smartest on us gets tripped up sometimes.
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7 Elinor has not my feelings, and therefore she may overlook it, and be happy with him.
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8 But she soon saw how likely it was that Lucy, in her self-provident care, in her haste to secure him, should overlook every thing but the risk of delay.
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9 Likewise, it seems to me that, concentrating our attention on the examination, we altogether overlook one of the best points of the animal.
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10 They regret it deeply, and beg you to overlook their misbehavior.
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11 What she disliked particularly was seeing Princess Varvara ready to overlook everything for the sake of the comforts she enjoyed.
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12 Tis against my conscience to curse and swear in company, and I hope any woman here will overlook it.
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13 Perhaps I have trained myself to see what others overlook.
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14 But through a natural infirmity of the flesh, which I will explain to you in a moment, we incline to overlook this fact.
15 It is a law of nature we overlook, that intellectual versatility is the compensation for change, danger, and trouble.