1 It was impossible now to venture out of the shelter of the buildings.
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2 "That is just what I was about to venture to propose," returned the doctor with a smile.
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3 Which I accordingly venture, with all suitable apologies, to do.
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4 Among the latter was the Prior of Jorvaulx, in the most gallant trim which a dignitary of the church could venture to exhibit.
5 I see," said Wamba, after a short pause, "that the fool must be still the fool, and put his neck in the venture which wise men shrink from.
6 She would venture very gingerly on that experiment.
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7 He did not venture to say so, for Duncan was almost insane on the point of his art: it was a personal cult, a personal religion with him.
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8 Mr. Bumble turned, and encountered the face of his interesting consort, who, imperfectly comprehending the few words she had overheard of his complaint, had hazarded the foregoing remark at a venture.
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9 Anne was considering whether she should venture to suggest that a gown, or a cap, would not be liable to any such misuse, when a knock at the door suspended everything.
10 She knew him; she saw disdain in his eye, and could not venture to believe that he had determined to accept such an offering, as an atonement for all the insolence of the past.
11 When he had got as close as he might safely venture without discovery he found that, owing to a cross-wind, the conversation of the trysting pair could not be overheard.
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12 A very strong doubt had arisen in his mind if Eustacia would venture down the hill in such weather; yet knowing her nature he felt that she might.
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13 Well, Mrs. St. Clair, the clouds lighten, though I should not venture to say that the danger is over.
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14 I think that we might venture a little farther than this.
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15 Regina I venture to think that a thrill of indignation will run through the country.
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