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This was to throw a sort of defiance to the fear; and certainly as often as I did so it abated.

This so diminished her feeling of triumph, that for a week or so her love for Florent abated.

They can be abated; but again and again they will break out.

It will be time enough when all this tumult about the heirship has abated.

Her nervousness had evidently not yet abated, for she was walking up and down the floor.

None of the deacon's pompousness was abated as he entered the house and the room.

At daybreak she was not to be seen; the wind, however, had abated.

When chained to the stake, her countenance was cheerful, and the roses of her cheeks were not abated.

By this time my anger had abated, and I had begun to enjoy the affair.

His memory of Labrador and his days there, and his love for it, had not abated one whit.

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