And she said, Let your handmaid find grace in your sight. So the woman went her way, and did eat, and her countenance was no more sad.
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George Leo Haydock
Eyes: that thou wouldst lay aside thy suspicions against my character, and pray (Calmet) that I may obtain so great a happiness.
Changed. Hebrew, "no more "as it had been sad, and defaced with tears. (Haydock)
She was now full of hope and joy. (Menochius)
Septuagint, "her countenance fell not. "She was not moved with anger or with jealousy, Genesis iv. 6. (Calmet)