In the book Tuck Everlasting, as Winnie looks around at the Tucks, who seemed dearest of them all?

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It is the father, Angus Tuck, who seems dearest of them all.

Winnie looks around at the Tucks after spending her first night with them, and realizes she loves them all.  She glances at each in turn, "and then her eyes (go) to Tuck and linger on his sad, creased face...it occurr(s) to her that he (is) the dearest of them all, though she (can't) explain why she (feels) that way" (Ch. 18).

When Tuck first meets Winnie, he makes her feel "like an unexpected present,...

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