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  • adjective comparative form of august: more august


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  • "You must come down here often, my dear!" he cried; thus again laying up a wigging from his auguster spouse.

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  • To begin with, he had effected with unusual success a practical joke on his auguster spouse.

    Pirate Gold

  • The old crossing-sweeper was already there, to receive his penny; and the orange-woman, expectant, sold her apex orange to him for a silver thripenny bit as his before-breakfast while awaiting the more dignified cunctation of his auguster spouse.

    Pirate Gold


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