1 He had almost seemed like a human being and not the perverse wretch she knew so well.
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2 Like monkeys or small children turned loose among treasured objects whose value is beyond their comprehension, they ran wild--either from perverse pleasure in destruction or simply because of their ignorance.
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3 It was odd that he of all people should appear in this light, for he was as unstable as quicksilver and as perverse as a demon fresh from the pit.
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4 How perverse of him to evade the issue so neatly, as if not caring whether children came had anything to do with their actual arrival.
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5 Rhett was just being perverse in the matter, making her appear a poor mother, just to pay her back for banishing him from her room.
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6 He was polite and disinterested and she missed his interest, perverse though it had been, missed the old days of bickering and retort.
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7 Jo was not in a good humor, and the perverse fit returned, but Amy, who had virtuously done her duty, kept her temper and pleased everybody, was in a most angelic frame of mind.
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8 Mr. Wickham's society was of material service in dispelling the gloom which the late perverse occurrences had thrown on many of the Longbourn family.
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9 A propensity to be saucy was one; and a perverse will, that indulged children invariably acquire, whether they be good tempered or cross.
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10 Yet I am of opinion, this defect arises chiefly from a perverse, restive disposition; for they are cunning, malicious, treacherous, and revengeful.
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11 Never did a perverse nature declare itself more prematurely, and yet it was not owing to any fault in his bringing up.
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12 Certainly, I might have lived happily amongst those good people, who adored me, but my perverse disposition prevailed over the virtues which my adopted mother endeavored to instil into my heart.
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13 Pearl looked as beautiful as the day, but was in one of those moods of perverse merriment which, whenever they occurred, seemed to remove her entirely out of the sphere of sympathy or human contact.
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14 And yet, I was perverse enough to feel a chill and disappointment in receiving no welcome, and rattling, alone and silent, through the misty streets.
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15 And now she was untouched she took an almost perverse satisfaction in it.
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