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“I'm taking a leaf out of his book and signing off my love letters with the acronym SWTQSOONCB: Sealed With The Quite Sufficient Ostentation Of Non-Carnal Bussing.”
“Ostentation by the nouveau riche is never appealing.”
“She also laces into Queen Victoria's ghastly imperial menus ("O is for Ostentation") and the provincial tediousness of fruit cup, a "short-stemmed glass filled with a seemingly patented and changeless mixture of overcooked tinned fruits" ("I Is For Innocence").”
“Ostentation is my style," the chimp says by way of apology.”
“Had I on the Occasion before me handled the Doctrine of Demons, or launched forth into Speculations about magical Mysteries, I might have made some Ostentation, that I have read something and thought a little in my time; but it would neither have been Convenient for me, nor Profitable for those plain Folkes, whose Edification I have all along aimed at.”
“From these oblique lessons the poem then returns to the firefly, whose lost light suggests how "fugitive your fame" and, by extension, how fugitive the fame of all who trust art or sculpture to preserve their "vaunting Ostentation," in marked contrast to those who are unhonored, unknown, but cherished by friendship, by affection (Smith 204-207).”
“Conversation really took, there was not so much Vanity and Ostentation on my”
“Conversation Doctrines advanced for Law, which if true, would render juries a mere Ostentation and Pagentry and the Court absolute judges of Law and”
“But neither our Furniture, nor our Finances would have born Us out in such an Ostentation.”
“Levity; polite, without Affectation; charitable, without Ostentation; religious, without Formality; affable, without Meanness; generous, without”
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