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He might have excused her with the remark that just on such was an accidental inequality the more dangerous.

Weighed and WantingGeorge MacDonald

She answered: "I think you are more worth paying for than he is."

She smiled at them; but they did not return the salutation, and their actions made her more shy.

The Girl from MontanaGrace Livingston Hill

The Times, referring to the debate on the Irish Church, remarked that the viceroyalty was more and more 'a mere ornament.'

A dozen or more fell into the boat, and were eagerly seized and killed by the famishing crew.

He had been more affected than he would confess by that welcome out on the barren.

East AngelsConstance Fenimore Woolson

The outlines were more rugged and varied than those of Samoa, and the growth of bush was certainly more luxuriant.

Stevenson's ShrineLaura Stubbs

I think you will never get any more of your money back at all.'

The Orange GirlWalter Besant

So far as I know, she has a very even temper, and is more than generous with all her possessions.

"You need not be afraid of that any more, Ronnie," his uncle told him calmly.

The Kingdom of the BlindE. Phillips Oppenheim

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