Going-not in a sentence

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She examined herself in the glass, and saw or fancied that her looks were going-not so that others would note it, but in the subtle ways that give the first alarm to a woman who has beauty worth taking care of and thinks about it intelligently.
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George Morton was far from possessing the elegant exterior of the uneasy observer of this scene, yet were the eyes of the lovely young woman who had caught his attention, fixed in evident delight on his person, until it was hid from view in the carriage; when, drawing a long breath, as if relieved from great uneasiness, she said, in a low voice- "I knew that George Morton would not pass him so unfeelingly-but where are they going?-not far, I hope, on this cold day-and George without his great coat.
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I knew that George Morton would not pass him so unfeelingly-but where are they going?-not far, I hope, on this cold day-and George without his great coat.
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Examples of Going-not

Example #1
She thought Mrs. Brindley was beginning to doubt her, suspected a covert uneasiness in Stanley.
Example #2
She tried her voice, found that it had vanished.
Example #3
I knew that George Morton would not pass him so unfeelingly-but where are they going?-not far, I hope, on this cold day-and George without his great coat.
Example #4
The distance was too great to hear what passed-but an empty coach, whose driver had stopped to gaze with the rest, was instantly drawn up, and the man lifted in, and followed by the youth, whose appearance had effected these movements with the silence and almost with the quietness of magic.
Example #5
George Morton was far from possessing the elegant exterior of the uneasy observer of this scene, yet were the eyes of the lovely young woman who had caught his attention, fixed in evident delight on his person, until it was hid from view in the carriage; when, drawing a long breath, as if relieved from great uneasiness, she said, in a low voice- "I knew that George Morton would not pass him so unfeelingly-but where are they going?-not far, I hope, on this cold day-and George without his great coat.