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  • "Glad to be off the pebbles anyway, Captain," returned the engineer; "it may aid digestion, but it is doocid hard on old bones, like mine."

    Frontier Boys in Frisco

  • "I say, that's doocid ungenerous of you," said Chappy.

    Tell England A Study in a Generation

  • "Now, as to yourself, my dear Beverley," continued the Marquis authoritatively, "you 're doocid late, y' know; but then --"

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • No, no, my dear fellow, remember your knee, you hurt it, you know -- fell on it when you were thrown, -- must be doocid painful!

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • And he can't refuse -- I spoke doocid plainly, and

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • "Well, I want you to do me a favor, my dear fellow, and I don't know how to ask you -- doocid big favor -- ah -- I was wondering if you would consent to -- act for me?"

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • "Then I shall be devilish sorry to have to beat you, Sling, my boy!" drawled the Marquis, "yes, doocid sorry, -- still --"

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • A race -- especially this one -- is a doocid serious thing; for some of us, perhaps, even more serious than we bargain for.

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • Tomkins, fearing that his mantle of doocid cleverness was descending upon the tooth-sucker, eyed him unconvinced.

    No Man's Land

  • "Yes, that's all doocid interesting," he growled paternally.

    Traffics and Discoveries


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  • This is an alternative spelling of deuced.

    September 14, 2012