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“That great staff he was always so lungeous with - ebony, tall as his elbow, with a stag's-horn handle - that's what I came to look for.”
“The house was full of people, they crowded me, and the young fellows, they were drunk and lungeous, they hustled me!”
“But what can have happen'd her? unless it be Dick indeed; and yet I think the lad was honest, though lungeous at times, and odd-tempered.”
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