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  • A spectre of wine-soaked, self-regarding, middle-aged femininity, one review I should probably have read before watching called her.

    Diary of a separation

  • His hair was unkempt and his letters home were full of references to "wine-soaked lunches."

    Fleeting Youth, Fading Creativity

  • Dinner that night was a wine-soaked celebration of our escape from a fate out of Hemingway.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • When Jake Barnes and Bill Gorton take their extended, wine-soaked fishing trip, they fall into a sardonic colloquy, each claiming acquaintanceship with Wayne Wheeler.

    LAST CALL

  • I also like how the garnish of a few wine-soaked figs and walnuts or pistachios really elevates this food to quite elegant proportions.

    Feeling Posh while Impoverished

  • She might actually have behaved like a normal parent instead of rattling about the world like a wine-soaked caricature of herself.

    One Flight Up

  • That is the subject of an earlier Vermeer, the wine-soaked A Maid Asleep, circa 1656-57, also in the show.

    New York Is Blessed With One More Vermeer

  • Friday night, preceding a wine-soaked English department pot-luck, one of my colleagues 60 years old - Masters in teaching from the University of Chicago followed me into the garden to "help" me pick arugula for the salad.

    Fear

  • Drowning the miseries of English winter in wine-soaked memories of Italian sunshine, the founding Dilettanti dressed in exotic costumes, bantered about sex, and exchanged the refined opinions about art that they had acquired during their sojourns in Rome, Florence, Naples, and Venice.

    A Silly, Very Cultured Club

  • Well, whatever the senator did or didn't do in college or one wine-soaked evening with an Idaho National Guardsman with piercing blue eyes is really of little interest to me.

    Larry Womack: The Anti-Gay Gays: Who Needs Marriage When You Have Anonymous Public Sex?

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