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  • v. overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself


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  • But Hetty seemed to have made up her mind that something was wanting, for she got up and reached an old black lace scarf out of the linen-press, and a pair of large ear-rings out of the sacred drawer from which she had taken her candles.

    Adam Bede

  • I remembered Dad looking at me, with my eyes all red from crying, and then at the scarf, before he sighed and lifted Pooky and the scarf out of the cage and into the shoebox.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • You would like to make her believe that it was Miss Caroline, so when you heard that a lot of adders had been found in Mr. Tollage’s hedge you took Miss Caroline’s green scarf out of her room and you went off up in the dusk to see whether you could get hold of one of those snakes.

    Lonesome Road


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