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Mrs. Brindley smiled; but underneath, Mildred saw-or perhaps felt-that her new friend was indeed not one to be trifled with.
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Many years afterward, he wrote a letter which I take the liberty of reproducing here for the encouragement and inspiration of everyone who is similarly afflicted and who feels as this man felt-that he is incurable: "I tried to be cured of stammering at five different times by five different men at a total cost of more than one thousand dollars.
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He loved Crystal more absolutely now than he had ever done in the days when he was practically her accepted suitor: his unbridled and capricious nature clung desperately to that which he could not hold, and since he had felt-that evening at Brestalou-that his political convictions had placed an insuperable barrier between himself and Crystal de Cambray, he felt that no woman on earth could ever be quite so desirable.
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Parma had long been looking for a good man to murder Orange, feeling-as Philip, Granvelle, and all former governors of the Netherlands had felt-that this was the only means of saving the royal authority in any part of the provinces.
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Another impulse began to make itself felt-that of fulfilling his threat and torturing Miss Romeyn by going to ruin.
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When the good bishop, in the course of his address, alluded to Daubeny's death, there was throughout the chapel instantly that silence that can be felt-that deep, unbroken hush of expectation and emotion which always produces so indescribable an effect.
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Examples of Felt-that

Example #1
You and I will get on.
Example #2
We'll let each other alone.
Example #3
None of them cured me.
Example #4
He left entirely convinced that stammering could be cured, because it had been done in his own case which had so long seemed beyond all hope.
Example #5
He was one of those men who are so absolutely ignorant of a woman's nature that they believe that a woman's love can be won by deeds as apart from personality, and that a woman's dislike and contempt can be changed into love.
Example #6
His mistake lay in this: that he believed that it was his political convictions alone which had turned Crystal away from him: he felt that he could have won her love through her submission once she was his wife, now he found that he would have to win her love first and her wifely submission would only follow afterwards.