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  • And for so many of us, the essentially undebauched are the other...

    a pain in the neck

  • I was ravished at this piece of good news and, having accommodated myself in a moment, hugged my benefactor for his generous offer, saying, I was overjoyed to find him undebauched by prosperity, which seldom fails to corrupt the heart.

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • But it may be said, the American Indian, in his undebauched state, lives to an advanced period.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • Whether to this application, or to their undebauched habit, it be attributable, I know not, but it is certain that a disabled limb among them is rarely seen, although violent inflammations from bruises, which in us would bring on a gangrene, daily happen.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • How could an honest German whose mind was undebauched by a controlled press justify such an interference as that?

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

  • But some explanation must be given for my temerity in venturing to invade the intensively cultivated domains of Aphrodite "with a mind undebauched by classical learning".

    The Evolution of the Dragon

  • Descent is traced strictly through the male line, and the tradition handed from father to son through memories undebauched by print.

    High Albania

  • But, the face of the young Alexander beside her was of nobler moral quality than that other -- undebauched by feasts and licentious pleasures as yet, masculine yet temperate, the sanctuary of generous ambitions -- merciless it might be, she fancied, but never base, never weak.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • There is something so audacious in the conception of ice-cream, that it is not strange that a population undebauched by the luxury of great cities looks upon it with a kind of awe and speaks of it with a certain emotion.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • Fly to Bouille; bristle yourself round with cannon, served by your 'forty-thousand undebauched

    The French Revolution

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