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  • n. Plural form of dulcitude.

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Examples

  • "Emily," continued Tom, with an unruffled placidity, -- which, considering the aggravating bitterness for which Kenelm had exchanged his wonted dulcitudes of indifferentism, was absolutely saintlike,

    Kenelm Chillingly — Volume 07

  • "Emily," continued Tom, with an unruffled placidity, -- which, considering the aggravating bitterness for which Kenelm had exchanged his wonted dulcitudes of indifferentism, was absolutely saintlike, "Emily knows that if she were my wife I should be proud of her, and will esteem me the more if she feels how resolved I am that she shall never be ashamed of me."

    Kenelm Chillingly — Complete

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