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“That form of moral dyspepsia known as the Puritanical conscience was his by right of inheritance.”
“Any suggestion that there might be too much of it can be represented to him as "Puritanical" or as betraying a "lack of humour".”
“Winchester externally; but under Robert Horne the whole diocese suffered terribly through the "Puritanical" views of its bishop.”
“And so it was that he let me go, with pity for my youth and sex, but a knowledge that I was in good hands, and an inborn, perhaps "Puritanical" faith, that the Lord of all right would see to me.”
“That kind of Puritanical work ethic has gotten me where I am in my career.”
“[ '' Puritanical '' is not a compliment -- at least not so far.”
“Though Christian objections to alcohol and tobacco may be called 'Puritanical' by some, these stances are actually of much more recent vintage.”
“Just be prepared to call it a night early—most everything in Boston still shutters by a Puritanical 2 a.m.”
“We Americans see these writers and artists as courageous and curious, artistic, open-minded, passionate, undisciplined, and rowdy -- even a bit bohemian for taking a walk on the wild side by dropping out of the New World to experience and explore the Old World, which seemed much less inhibited and exotic than the Puritanical United States.”
“He never succeeded in reconciling “the Puritanical iron hand of constraint and the gushes of pure wildness” that he saw within himself.”
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