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  • Abominably as the Germans sing, it is astonishing how they thrive physically on his leading parts.

    The Perfect Wagnerite, Commentary on the Ring

  • "Abominably rude," she answered, "you've defied my warnings, and treated my embassy with contempt."

    All Roads Lead to Calvary

  • "Abominably handsome!" muttered Arthur: then smiled at his own bitter words.

    Sylvie and Bruno

  • 'Abominably ill-mannered,' she cried, growing ruddier than the cherry.

    The Pillars of the House, V1

  • Abominably irrational as his method of arranging all these family difficulties will no doubt seem to all who may read it, to him it had appeared not only an easy but a happy mode of bringing back contentment to everybody.

    Castle Richmond

  • Abominably frightened, but mindful of the sleeping children, she called to him under her breath: “RICHARD!

    Ultima Thule

  • Abominably poor manners, but that's policy for you, what? "

    A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows

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