1 He turned back to the girls, who were trying to suppress their smiles.
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2 The contrast was too grotesque: she could scarcely suppress the smile it provoked.
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3 He had made a fortune in business, and spent nearly all of it in building up a magazine, which the post office department had tried to suppress, and had driven to Canada.
4 Major Heyward was mistaken only in suffering his youthful and generous pride to suppress his active watchfulness.
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5 "Something like this I had heard before," said Cora, observing that he paused to suppress those passions which began to burn with too bright a flame, as he recalled the recollection of his supposed injuries.
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6 The young man at his elbow shuddered, but seemed to suppress his feelings in tenderness to his companion.
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7 They suppress the truth rather than take the consequences of telling it, and in so doing prove themselves a part of the human family.
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8 I deeply regret the necessity that impels me to suppress any thing of importance connected with my experience in slavery.
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9 I was smoking, and trying to suppress a rising tendency to shudder.
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10 Dolly could scarcely suppress a smile.
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11 "Yes, yes," she said, evidently trying to suppress her jealous thoughts.
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12 Her son saw that she could not suppress a smile of delight.
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13 Darya Alexandrovna could not suppress a good-humored smile as she recognized him.
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14 But here he was interrupted by his fair physician, a smile which she could scarce suppress dimpling for an instant a face, whose general expression was that of contemplative melancholy.
15 We are thrown off our guard by the general agitation of our feelings, and betray the intensity of those, which, at more tranquil periods, our prudence at least conceals, if it cannot altogether suppress them.