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The eldest of them, a sensible, intelligent young woman, about twenty-seven, was Elizabeth's intimate friend.
Miss Bingley told me," said Jane, "that he never speaks much, unless among his intimate acquaintances.
Here speaks the man of masts and sails, to whom the sea is not a navigable element, but an intimate companion.
Young Shtcherbatsky went into the navy, was drowned in the Baltic, and Levin's relations with the Shtcherbatskys, in spite of his friendship with Oblonsky, became less intimate.
During the time the Stangersons lived in America they were very intimate with Arthur Rance, who was one of the most distinguished phrenologists of the new world.
You will intimate nothing of the kind, Philip," said the queen, "for if you act in that manner, and violate hospitality to that extent, I will invoke the severity of the king against you.
Be it so; I will not appear in the matter, but I shall intimate my will to Madame.
I had intended to write to Reginald myself as soon as my eyes would let me, to point out, as well as I could, the danger of an intimate acquaintance, with so artful a woman as Lady Susan, to a young man of his age, and high expectations.
Vanstone's character which Miss Garth, after many years of intimate experience, had never detected, she accepted the explanation as a matter of course; receiving it all the more readily inasmuch as it might, without impropriety, be communicated in substance to appease the irritated curiosity of the two young ladies.
Vanstone began by referring to the long and intimate friendship which had existed between Miss Garth and herself.
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