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Slowly, but with no doubt or hesitation whatever, and in something of a solemn expectancy, the two animals passed throug
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"Slowly, but with no doubt or hesitation whatever, and in something of a solemn expectancy, the two animals passed through the broken tumultuous water and moored their boat at the flowery margin of the island"

- Kenneth Grahame

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The two animals, whatever they might be, were approaching the island with a sense of wonder and anticipation. They moved slowly, but without any doubt or doubt, through the damaged and turbulent water. Ultimately, they reached the flowery margin of the island and moored their boat. The animals were likely filled with a sense of marvel and excitement as they came to the island, and the beauty of the flowery margin just contributed to the anticipation of what they would discover. The animals were likely filled with a sense of interest and anticipation as they explored the island, excited to discover what secrets it held.

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Scotland Flag This quote is written / told by Kenneth Grahame between March 8, 1859 and June 6, 1932. He/she was a famous Novelist from Scotland. The author also have 17 other quotes.

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