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It was frightful to be so thoroughly understood-all one's weaknesses laid bare-yet it was a relief and a joy, too-like the cruel healing knife of the surgeon.
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And de Marmont, too-like St. Genis a while ago-felt that never had this beautiful woman-she was no longer a girl now-looked more exquisite and more desirable, and he-conscious of the power which fortune and success can give, thought that he could woo and win her once again in spite of caste-prejudice and of political hatred.
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And that eye, too,-like Roland's,-could pause to note each finer mesh in the wonderful web-work of beauty.
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He is a good fellow, the king of good fellows, and a man who has undergone much persecution, and for having saving his country too!-like me, like all who helped to save it.
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She found him there later, coming in blushing, smiling, crying a little too-like a naughty but charming child.
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Examples of Too-like

Example #1
You've no right to dislike anyone as young as I." He was looking at her now, the intensely alive blue eyes sympathetic, penetrating, understanding.
Example #2
And you ought to have helped me, even if you did dislike me.
Example #3
St. Genis had felt his position unassailable by virtue of old associations, common sympathies and youthful vows: de Marmont relied on feminine ambition, love of power, of wealth and of station, and at this moment in Crystal's shining eyes he only read excitement and the unspoken desire for all that he was prepared to offer.
Example #4
The walls of the corridor were painted white, after the manner of Flemish houses, the tiled floor was white too, and Crystal herself was dressed all in white, so that the whole scene made up of pale, soft tints looked weird and ghostly in the twilight and Crystal like an ethereal creature come down from the land of nymphs and of elves.
Example #5
Your affectionate father, A. CAXTON.
Example #6
Verily, here indeed was the first practical embarrassment produced by that melancholy anachronism which my father had so prophetically deplored.