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- adj. Abstaining from drinking any alcoholic drink, usually in the sense of having given it up (as opposed to never having partaken).
- adj. By extension, maintaining a program of self-improvement or abstinence from some other undesirable habit.
Snaff donned a powerstone laurel, and with a boom and a hiss, the tarp on the wagon bulged up and rose.
Eir and Rytlock reclined on the wagon they had hauled all day while Caithe, Logan, and the two asura perched on pieces of scavenged golem.
There was a wagoneer with a sling on top of each, half a dozen on the wagon closest to Fullerman.
Hadley Chisholm sat on the wagon seat with Minerva beside him.
He'd climbed on the wagon and was gazing soulfully at the little blonde, Alice.
This diminished the escort by one-half, yet by keeping the Indians and interpreter on the lookout, and seeing that our ambulance was kept closed up on the wagon carrying the rest of the detachment, we could,
Wharton charged his rear near Mansura, capturing many prisoners, while Colonel Yager, with two regiments of horse, cut in on the wagon train at Yellow Bayou, killed and drove off the guard, and destroyed much property.
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