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  • Custom allows to men the privilege of taking snuff, however unneat this habit may appear.

    The Laws of Etiquette

  • Sitting up in the bed and staring back at him with a face of injured innocence and pain, was an unwholesome child of Keltic extraction and unneat exterior, with a dingy knitted hood in lieu of nightcap, and two chapped hands appearing from two vast gray sleeves.

    Teddy: Her Book A Story of Sweet Sixteen

  • The other carriage was meeting ours, and I dropped my head to avoid meeting the glance of the unknown occupants, for my few moments of contact with my dreadful nephews had made me feel inexpressibly unneat.

    Helen's Babies

  • "What should make it unneat? with so few travellers?"



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