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  • He was relieved to find Tanis cheerful, unreproachful, and brilliant in a frock of brown net over gold tissue.

    Babbit

  • Tony looked up at her; his voice calm, unreproachful.

    The Complete Stories Vol 1

  • Riccabocca secretly thought her extravagant, but, like a wise man, declined to look at the house bills, and ate his joint in unreproachful silence.

    The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851

  • It was in the attic that Uncle Matthew had found most of his happiness, in the company of uncomplaining, unreproachful books, and the memory of that happiness had drawn John to the attic one day when he most missed his Uncle.

    The Foolish Lovers

  • He was relieved to find Tanis cheerful, unreproachful, and brilliant in a frock of brown net over gold tissue.

    Chapter 31

  • He was relieved to find Tanis cheerful, unreproachful, and brilliant in a frock of brown net over gold tissue.

    Babbitt

  • He was relieved to find Tanis cheerful, unreproachful, and brilliant in

    Babbitt

  • With Rebecca he got on very well; she was impersonal, unreproachful, and she fairly panted for work.

    A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays

  • Mademoiselle Loiré was most sympathetic and unreproachful, and, having dried her sister's tears, led her into the house, where the whole party sat down to cake and cider, under the influence of which Mademoiselle

    Barbara in Brittany

  • 'You didn't suppose I'd forget you liked muscatels?' inquired Franklin, with a mild and unreproachful gentleness when she exclaimed over the nectarines and grapes.

    Franklin Kane

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