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A throw is a gamble with one's life; it is suddener than a thrust and harder to parry; but if it fails, you are left with a three-foot sword against a seven-foot spear.
A tricky place that would be, with sudden exits and even suddener entrances, and with damp, winding, spidery places to hoard treasure in, or to hide oneself in.
Couldn't have been much suddener if he'd been struck by lightnin '.
Seems she lay back suddener than she really intended an 'as she hit the floor, she was _took_.
I had used the ocean for above ten years, but never had I encountered anything suddener or fiercer in the form of weather than this.
A world of musical feeling was pent up in her, and music raised the suddener storms in her mobile nature, that she was unable to give that feeling utterance.
"Yes, my dear," said Mrs. Sennacherib; "he's got enough to last his time, unless it should please the Lord to send him a new and suddener affliction.
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