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- adverb In an
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Their history has been lifted to a bad eminence, -- bad for them and the rest of us, -- by the ignorance of the last two millenniums; in reality, that history, sanely understood, and not gathered too much from their own records, amply explains their failings and their virtues, and should leave us not unduly admiring, nor unfraternally the reverse.
"Curse her!" said the young man, succinctly and unfraternally.
Harold's entrance, and Dora interrupted the greetings by the query to her cousin, how high he really stood; but he could not tell, and when she unfraternally pressed to know whether it was not nice to be so much taller than Eustace, he replied, "Not on board ship," and then he gave the intelligence that it seemed about to thaw.
"Beshrew you both!" cried King Edward, unfraternally; "wherever will these fellows ramble with their tongues?