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"What on earth is a 'cuspadore'?" she asked herself.
"Ralston, what under the sun is a cuspadore?" he cried.
The cuspadore story brought her such pain and mortifition that the scars remain yet.
She missed all her lessons, and got a bad mark for inattention, but the thought of a cuspadore kept her from worrying over her misfortunes.
"Oh, I want to go to Morris's store to get a cuspadore."
I have seen a cuspadore in a pulpit into which the holy man dropped his cud before he got up to read about "blessed are the pure in heart," and to read about the rolling of sin as a sweet morsel under the tongue, and to read about the unclean animals in Leviticus that chewed the cud.
"Here's a cuspadore, Miss Morden; not the very finest article, but it serves every purpose.
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