1 The twenty Janissaries had sworn they would never surrender.
2 I have sworn to go through fire, but not through water.
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3 sworn to secrecy, to repeat what he has heard in the examination.
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4 We are sworn, once for all, to implicit confidence and devotedness against all proof.
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5 The three friends--for, as we have said, Athos had sworn not to stir a foot to equip himself--went out early in the morning, and returned late at night.
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6 D'Artagnan knows that terrible secret which she has sworn no one shall know without dying.
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7 I have sworn to tell you all, and I will tell you all.
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8 She'd sworn an oath to herself that she would never do that again.
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9 Even Wade and little Beau knew and were sworn to secrecy that puffed them up with pride.
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10 He seemed to find this case very perplexing, and said if it had not been for grandfather he would have sworn out a warrant against Krajiek.
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11 This availed him nothing against the sworn testimony of a ministers wife, a lady of the highest respectability.
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12 Since the time of his disillusionment, Jurgis had sworn to trust no man, except in his own family; but here he discovered that he had brothers in affliction, and allies.
13 The man had gone into a rage and had sworn comprehensively.
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14 The two boys were sworn friends all the week, and embattled enemies on Saturdays.
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15 Faria smiled encouragingly on him, and the young man retired to his task, in the spirit of obedience and respect which he had sworn to show towards his aged friend.
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