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  • Dejectedly, I waited on more customers until a very plain woman in her fifties, dressed in a brown polyester pant suit, came in and followed me around the store.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • Dejectedly, Hincapie told both Versus viewers and the "Twitterati" that he's "not going out like that" and that he'll be back next year:

    What's In A Name: The Key to Victory

  • Dejectedly, I walked around the village until a call came in, Suzy had gotten stuck in Corozal, missing the ferry by less than an hour.

    New Years and Suzy’s Visit

  • Dejectedly, I kept walking, feeling every grain of dirt in the pads of my feet, whimpering a little to myself.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Dejectedly, I kept walking, feeling every grain of dirt in the pads of my feet, whimpering a little to myself.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Dejectedly, I kept walking, feeling every grain of dirt in the pads of my feet, whimpering a little to myself.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Dejectedly, I waited on more customers until a very plain woman in her fifties, dressed in a brown polyester pant suit, came in and followed me around the store.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Dejectedly, with his pronounced cowboy drawl, he called back to the last warden, "You know, just 'cause it's me talking doesn't mean you should stop listenin '."

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Dejectedly he drove, in fancy, along the glaring, treeless roads, inches deep in cinnamon-coloured dust.

    Australia Felix

  • Dejectedly, he set down the saw and waited for Varricchio to learn of the damage; it had been that kind of semester.

    Body of Knowledge

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