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Quotes for
Mrs. Jennings (Character)
from Sense and Sensibility (1995)

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Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Mrs Jennings: I will brook no refusal, Miss Dashwood. Let us strike hands on the bargain. And if I do not have the three of you married by michaelmas, it will not be my fault.

Mrs Jennings: An entertainment, I declare. I cannot remember when's the last we had a songbird in the house.

Mrs Jennings: [to Pigeon] Don't talk to me of coals.
Mrs Jennings: [to the parrot] Ah, there you are Pooter. Still alive I see.

Mrs Jennings: I declare, they are the loveliest girls I ever set eyes on. Can you not get them married, Mrs. Dashwood?

Mrs Jennings: There you are, Pigeon. Have you missed me?
Pigeon: Very much, ma'am.
Mrs Jennings: Ah, you always say so and I never believe you.

Mrs Jennings: [hoping to cheer up Marianne who is grieving her loss of Willoughby] Does she care for olives?

Mrs Jennings: I don't want to hear another word about the ham bone, Pigeon. You and Cartwright must sort that out between you.

Mrs Jennings: I think I've unearthed a secret.
Sir John Middleton: Oh, no, have you sniffled one out already, Mother? You're worse than my best pointer Flossie!

Mrs Jennings: Ah, now, do not fret, my dear. I have been told that this good weather is keeping many of our sportsmen in the country at present, but the frost will soon drive them to town. Depend on it.

Mrs Jennings: Lovers' quarrels are swift to heal.