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  • You must have known how much dearer you were to me than most other people. Cited from O. T., A Danish Romance, by Hans C. Andersen
  • Home looked better and dearer to us when we reached it than it ever did before. Cited from Out of Doors--California and Oregon, by J. A. Graves
  • She could never become that, but she was dearer to me than ever. Cited from The Doctor's Dilemma, by Hesba Stretton
  • Was he not soon to see the friend dearer to him than all the world? Cited from Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Vol. 17 New Series, No. 439, May 29, 1852
  • Many things he said to me at that time which made him dearer to me. Cited from King Alfred's Viking, by Charles W. Whistler
  • Have you lost some one who was dearer to you than your heart of hearts? Cited from The Woman Thou Gavest Me, by Hall Caine
  • Every moment this girl grew dearer; every moment she seemed further away. Cited from Till the Clock Stops, by John Joy Bell
  • It might have been that other and dearer face, he thought to himself. Cited from Calvert of Strathore, by Carter Goodloe
  • The wife of his youth was ever dearer to him than the mother of his child. Cited from Notable Women of Olden Time, by Anonymous
  • They even brought into the public assembly my wife dearer unto me than life itself. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1
  • You are dearer to me than life, and why should I not tell you so? Cited from The Wheel O' Fortune, by Louis Tracy
  • She was dearer to me than she ever knew and than I can make you believe. Cited from Elsie Inglis, by Eva Shaw McLaren
  • She had put her heart before mine; my life was dearer to her than her own. Cited from Arms and the Woman, by Harold MacGrath
  • His house, his name, his children were dearer, after all, to him than gold. Cited from Scottish Sketches, by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  • Such things do not make my life any dearer to me. Cited from Spirit of St. Francis de Sales, Jean Pierre Camus
  • He had a Friend who was dearer than a mother could have been. Cited from How John Became a Man, by Isabel C. Byrum
  • No one man on earth is dearer to me than another! Cited from Temporal Power, by Marie Corelli
  • It did but make the child the dearer that she had her love to herself. Cited from Lo, Michael!, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • If she could but get near enough to him, the husband would yet be dearer than any child. Cited from Mary Marston, by George MacDonald
  • She was dearer to him, perhaps, in this hour than she had ever been yet. Cited from Fenton's Quest, by M. E. Braddon
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