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“Sometimes he said it with lamb-like innocence, sometimes with a challenge brooding under his bushy brows, and rarely did he fail to get his man.”
“Haley Barbour is not so much a man as he is a mountain lion, a steely eyed killer, a finely honed and muscular beast that devours lamb-like Democrats for breakfast.”
“Corbis On foreign policy, his State Department hires a Yale Law dean who roared like a lion when the issue was President Bush's war powers but now offers the lamb-like justification for intervention in Libya on the grounds that the shooting there somehow did not constitute a war.”
“Was he being smothered under a fuzzy scarlet blanket, or had his bangs grown down to his mouth, choking him with a lamb-like pouf of curly hair?”
“Obama wants to remain lamb-like, and people who know about these things make their judgements accordingly.”
“This was the kind of lamb that was so decadent and flavorful in its many preparations that it made me question the lamb-like substance I'd been thinking was lamb all these years.”
“As satisfying as that may be, allow me to suggest that it might not be the best way to convince an agent of your Socratic intellect and lamb-like willingness to take direction.”
“Hi Jasmine - Know what you mean about not jumping to the prune/beef conclusion prune and lamb seemed more natural but it was fab - even if it did make the meat taste vaguely lamb-like by the end.”
“I am on my guard against these lamb-like compatriots of yours.”
“It is a fuzzy kind of fern and very lamb-like indeed.”
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Particularly related to innocence and chastity; but a few broader things relating to goodness and virtue in general. I also added some words derived of flowers which represent certain virtues and c...
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