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  • ” laughed Hay; “The Major will have promised all the consulates in the service; the Senators will all come to me and refuse to believe me disconsulate; I shall see all my treaties slaughtered, one by one, by the 34-per-cent. of kickers and strikers; the only mitigation I can foresee is being sick a good part of the time; I am nearing my grand climacteric, and the great culbute is approaching.

    Twilight (1901) 1918


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  • To strip of consulship, perhaps? Or a misspelling of disconsolate.

    September 29, 2008