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  • "Deuced" was not strong enough; so I met you halfway with "devilish."

    Complete Letters of Mark Twain

  • "Deuced warm day," he said with a bright apologetic laugh.

    BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN

  • Deuced hard to maintain a marriage from different sides of the ocean.

    Johanna Lindsey

  • Deuced indiscreet, probably, but I was careless with content, and he was an old friend and a good egg, and I felt the better for the telling.

    Isabelle

  • Deuced ominous, you may think, and a waste of five circle tickets to boot.

    Isabelle

  • I'm all Deuced out at the moment, so I'll blog about work.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Deuced is another term you may not know, Internet lingo.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2008

  • “Deuced feathery bird, the swan,” Sir George observed with a tap upon the lid of his snuffbox.

    The Scandal of the Season

  • ‘Deuced cold,’ said Lord Dumbello, and then he adjusted his white cravat and touched up his whiskers.

    Framley Parsonage

  • Deuced awkward for them both though, only a month after

    Red Pottage

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