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  • Jane Jones. (8)
  • Jane said so. (4)
  • Jane exclaimed. (10)
  • Jane was not happy. (4)
  • Jane shook her head. (10)
  • James Jones, Jane Jones. (8)
  • Jane did not look round. (4)
  • Jane marvelled at herself. (10)
  • Jane heard them with horror. (4)
  • Jane called to the farm-wife. (10)
  • And Jane will have such another. (4)
  • Jane came back delighted yesterday. (4)
  • He does not care about Jane Fairfax. (4)
  • The voice of little Jane was heard. (10)
  • Anywhere, so that Jane is not in a draught. (4)
  • But little Jane was addressing her master. (10)
  • Two steps, Jane, take care of the two steps. (4)
  • Jane wondered why the letter had been shown. (10)
  • The eyes of Jane and Philip shot an exchange. (10)
  • He seemed, Jane said, eager to master details. (10)
  • Jane looked at Elizabeth with surprise and concern. (4)
  • My mother called me Janey; my second name is Jane. (10)
  • If Jane does not get well soon, we will call in Mr. Perry. (4)
  • Jane flipped the leaves back to the lady with stormy hair. (10)
  • My Jane declared she almost fainted, but I burnt them out! (10)
  • Neither Jane nor Elizabeth were comfortable on this subject. (4)
  • Neither could she deny the justice of his description of Jane. (4)
  • Jane then took it from her pocket-book, and gave it to Elizabeth. (4)
  • Jane very patiently assured her that she had not caught any cold. (4)
  • And if there was none, Jane Mattock was a good soul worth saving. (10)
  • Every sentence of kindness was a fresh source of happiness to Jane. (4)
  • Jane and Elizabeth tried to explain to her the nature of an entail. (4)
  • Bingley and Jane, however, soon allowed the others to outstrip them. (4)
  • Countess Livia attacked Carinthia Jane and the admiral backing her. (10)
  • In short, I have made a match between Mr. Knightley and Jane Fairfax. (4)
  • It was some time, however, before a smile could be extorted from Jane. (4)
  • Jane pitied, she could not interpose to thwart his act of resignation. (10)
  • Her hopes were answered; Jane had not been gone long before it rained hard. (4)
  • But I do flatter myself, my dear Jane, that my influence is not entirely worn out. (4)
  • Jane looked a little paler than usual, but more sedate than Elizabeth had expected. (4)
  • Elizabeth was not surprised at it, as Jane had written the direction remarkably ill. (4)
  • But for John and Jane the index of Providence pointed a brighter passage through life. (10)
  • The other circumstance of regret related also to Jane Fairfax; and there she had no doubt. (4)
  • I say, Jane, what a perfect character you and I should make, if we could be shaken together. (4)
  • He had said that Jane Fairfax received attentions from Mrs. Elton which nobody else paid her. (4)
  • Jane should therefore make the most of every half-hour in which she can command his attention. (4)
  • The rain continued the whole evening without intermission; Jane certainly could not come back. (4)
  • The first remote sound to which she felt herself obliged to attend, was the name of Jane Fairfax. (4)
  • But when her mother was gone, Jane would not be prevailed on to go down without one of her sisters. (4)
  • He had been used to think her unjust to Jane, and had now great pleasure in marking an improvement. (4)
  • Chapter 17 Elizabeth related to Jane the next day what had passed between Mr. Wickham and herself. (4)
  • And so I am not to be surprized that Jane Fairfax accepts her civilities and consents to be with her. (4)
  • It was a comfort to Elizabeth to consider that Jane could not have been wearied by long expectations. (4)
  • Captain Con, then, was attending her, Jane supposed: She spoke of him as the most devoted of husbands. (10)
  • Goldsmith was one of these, but his prime abhorrence was my dear and honored prime favorite, Jane Austen. (9)
  • She looked at Jane, to see how she bore it; but Jane was very composedly talking to Bingley. (4)
  • Carinthia Jane received the summons without transmission of the letter from her uncle on the morning of the twelfth. (10)
  • The picture of Jane bestowing her hand on a Roman Catholic in military uniform, refused to be raised before the mind. (10)
  • When dinner was over, she returned directly to Jane, and Miss Bingley began abusing her as soon as she was out of the room. (4)
  • Jane had sent Caroline an early answer to her letter, and was counting the days till she might reasonably hope to hear again. (4)
  • At that instant, she felt that years of happiness could not make Jane or herself amends for moments of such painful confusion. (4)
  • Jane had spent an evening at Hartfield with her grandmother and aunt, and every thing was relapsing much into its usual state. (4)
  • Jane was anxious that no difference should be perceived in her at all, and was really persuaded that she talked as much as ever. (4)
  • Quite by chance of things, Carinthia Jane looked on the land of her father and mother for the first time under those conditions. (10)
  • At last Jane began, and though the first bars were feebly given, the powers of the instrument were gradually done full justice to. (4)
  • She was shown into the breakfast-parlour, where all but Jane were assembled, and where her appearance created a great deal of surprise. (4)
  • Mrs. Bennet wondered at their coming, and thought them very wrong to give so much trouble, and was sure Jane would have caught cold again. (4)

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Definition of jane:

  • jane, jn, n. (_spens._) a small silver genoese coin: jean. (0) | jane, the fem. of john (q.v.). | dims. janet, jean, jeanie, jeannie.(0)

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