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“Surrounded by grateful patients, regarded as a half-superstitious object of veneration by the women, Dot Moxon'the matron so-called-fussing round him like an old hen.”
“But, as I have said, all this I heard afterwards, and my half-superstitious feeling for the flower had grown up independently in my own mind.”
“He was gentle, kind, smiling, submissive, as usual; but it seemed to me that he experienced henceforth toward me the same half-superstitious repulsion which I had always felt from him.”
“This had not been successful; most of them regarded him with a half-superstitious awe, and I was given to understand that Himself could naturally survive the eating of things that would kill a normal person dead on the spot.”
“Such, in a measure, was Hyacinthe King at twenty -- a curious compound of beauty, unspent _verve_, irritated longings, half-superstitious imaginings, and half-developed impulses, ideas and mental powers; practically, an assistant to the worn mother in her household duties,”
“Even after hearing of the death of my brother, a cowardly, half-superstitious dread kept me from destroying it, though doubtless I would have done so soon after making my own will had I not been prevented by circumstances unforeseen, which I will now state.”
“At first there came involuntarily half-superstitious thoughts.”
“He saw the same half-superstitious fear appear in her face that had touched him.”
“Then the words of the text he had heard came back to his mind with a half-superstitious shock at the coincidence.”
“More than any other girl I know – if I keep her from you, that gentle, inflexible creature could rouse in men the old half-superstitious fear –”
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