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She's rather too old, and I'm rather too young to adopt her; but I daresay she would marry me.

Perhaps that is a sign—I daresay it is—that I have not had much of what is not happiness.

I daresay she's right, old chap, only I'd like to be regular myself.

I had other hopes for you, but they weren't your hopes, and I daresay you're right.

"I daresay I did, but I can't break this one," she retorted.

I daresay it isn't as good as I thought it was, but I'll improve.

I daresay your wife'll have a child just about the time you've spent every ha'penny you possess.

I daresay there's plenty of good stuff in you and one of these days it'll come out.

However, I daresay it's safer for her that you can't ask her to tea.

And the years must have enriched you—I daresay you've doubled your capital.

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