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- adverb Rare spelling of
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She hated her visitor rancourously, for the very things for which Martini loved her; for her quiet strength of character; for her grave, sincere directness; for the steady balance of her mind; for the very expression of her face.
"I have n't done no bribing, and it was n't me as the information was lodged against," retorted Joe, rancourously.
Still there are no grades and coteries in society; no parties in politics; and no hostile religious sects warring rancourously on each other, and claiming as their object the diffusion of a spirit of Christian philanthropy.