1 If this journey had taken place during my days of study and happiness, it would have afforded me inexpressible pleasure.
2 What had been the study and desire of the wisest men since the creation of the world was now within my grasp.
3 My cheek had grown pale with study, and my person had become emaciated with confinement.
4 Often, likewise, one was the guest of the other in his place of study and retirement.
5 This whole winter, instead of being spent in study, as you promised yourself, has been consumed in my sick room.
6 He looks upon study as an odious fetter; his time is spent in the open air, climbing the hills or rowing on the lake.
7 But I had no inclination for the law, even in this less abstruse study of it, which my family approved.
8 We went there at the usual hour; and round the study fireside found the Doctor, and his young wife, and her mother.
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9 The Doctor sat in his study chair, covering his face with his hands.
10 I fell into a brown study as I walked on, and a voice at my side made me start.
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11 She was up in my study, Peggotty said: which it was her pride to keep in readiness and order for me.
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12 The study was slowly lit up as the candle was brought in.
13 Come, if only as a study in morals.
14 His criticisms of Russian women, whom he wished to study, more than once made Vronsky crimson with indignation.
15 "Yes, I used to study long ago, and now I have begun to do a little," said Vronsky, reddening.