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“You may indeed, sir, and may the good Lord preserve you from a like harm, which hit make my blood boil to think of my pore Mark's hescape, him being what you might call owdacious to that degree.”
“‘Say it again, you wile, owdacious fellow!’ said Mr. Bumble.”
“You owdacious young monkey!" he cried, slewing his head round on his shoulders, even as the old _Victory's_ hull slewed with the tide, so that he could look me full in the face.”
“With that she let loose the most owdacious white bantam and scattered some corn on the floor; then she sat down and laughed like an imp when the foolish thing hopped up to her and flopped onter her lap.”
“Now then, owdacious," she began, somewhat slurring of speech.”
“But none so owdacious ugly -- if you'll allow the expression.”
“I'll have a warrant out foh you dis day, Geddes, you owdacious villyum!”
“Well! the owdacious!" exclaimed Mrs Bowldler in a kind of hysterical titter, snatching at her bodice somewhere over the region of her heart.”
“You owdacious boy!' says I. 'Didn't you promise your ma you'd leave off them tricks?”
“But none so owdacious uglyif youll allow the expression.”
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