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perusal    : [pɚ'uzəl]
Perusal \Pe*rus"al\, n. [From {Peruse}.]
1. The act of carefully viewing or examining. [R.] --Tatler.
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2. The act of reading, especially of reading through or with
care. --Woodward.
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  • Perusal - definition of perusal by The Free Dictionary
    They are intended for the perusal of young women, at that tender age when the feelings of their nature begin to act on them most insidiously, and when their minds are least prepared by reason and experience to contend with their passions
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    The supercilious glance which accompanied her ironically polite speech roused Polly, who answered with sudden color and the kindling of the eyes that always betrayed a perturbed spirit, "I don't think many of us would enjoy that selfish sort of peace, while little children starve, and girls no older than us kill themselves because their dreadful poverty leaves them no choice but sin or death
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