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  • Our friend and first customer, Gilbert Harrison, who died in Scottsdale in 2008, sold the magazine to Martin Peretz, who rapidly hired, as literary editor, the subterraneanly famous Leon Wieseltier, who became a fast friend.

    Literary Life: A Second Memoir

  • I had learned all the mental-game tricks for neutralizing frustration, of course, but it was still there, and subterraneanly led to bad decision-making, anger and even worse play.

    The Quest for Confidence

  • But there were spirits in mortal form among us imaginative enough to penetrate this sordid masquerade and to know that subterraneanly we were haunted by goblins damned, if ever a priory was since goblins and priories were invented.

    Lippincott's Magazine, November 1885

  • The chief criticism against London night life is that it is hypocritical, that it is sordid, because it is denied and indulged in subterraneanly.

    Europe After 8:15

  • It works subterraneanly in a thousand devious ways until the present hour.

    Suspended Judgments Essays on Books and Sensations

  • Again, the house, loans, children and joint families might keep them together on the face of it, but subterraneanly such couples live their split private love life.

    The Times of India


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  • Manhattan, needless to say, flowed around us, honked, glimmered, flashed, steamed, whistled, whooped and subterraneously shuddered. From "The Last Werewolf" by Glen Duncan.

    March 10, 2012