anonymous
  • anonymous
The passage implies that which of these is true about Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield? They only tolerated each other because of their family connection. They were united by their common interest in exploring new places. They had more fun with each other than with anyone else they knew. They enjoyed each other's company despite differences in temperament.
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D. They enjoyed each other's company despite differences in temperament.
anonymous
  • anonymous
temperament: a person's or animal's nature
Jack1
  • Jack1
agree with 99

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