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  • There is a little note belonging to this period full of poetic feeling and giving more than a hint at the wearifulness of interrupting visitors: --

    Authors and Friends

  • Her look was calmer, and after the first instant clouded as by wearifulness of sameness; his was brilliant, astonished, speculative, and admiring, pitiful: a look that poised over a revelation, called up the hosts of wonder to question strange fact.

    The Egoist

  • There was a strange interjection, as to the wearifulness of constantly wandering, like a leaf off the tree.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • She had nothing but our natural obstinacy to hug, or seem to do so when wearifulness reduced her to cling to the semblance of it only.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • She had nothing but our natural obstinacy to hug, or seem to do so when wearifulness reduced her to cling to the semblance of it only.

    The Tragic Comedians — Complete

  • Her head was aloft in dumb apostrophe of wearifulness over another of her husband's topics.

    Celt and Saxon — Volume 1

  • She had nothing but our natural obstinacy to hug, or seem to do so when wearifulness reduced her to cling to the semblance of it only.

    The Tragic Comedians — Volume 2

  • There was a strange interjection, as to the wearifulness of constantly wandering, like

    Diana of the Crossways — Complete

  • There was a strange interjection, as to the wearifulness of constantly wandering, like a leaf off the tree.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 1

  • Her head was aloft in dumb apostrophe of wearifulness over another of her husband's topics.

    Celt and Saxon — Complete

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