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  • Republics has caused much ruin, for those Citizens who see themselves deprecated undeservedly, and knowing that the reasons for it are the easy and unperilous times, endeavor to disturb the

    Discourses

  • With my hard constitution and temperate mode of living, and unperilous occupations, I ought to, and probably shall, remain above ground till there is scarcely a black hair on my head.

    Wuthering Heights

  • Immediately after the latter's accession Davies became a law officer for Ireland, and did good and not unperilous service there.

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

  • In an aimless way I roamed from the house down into our small rear garden, thinking oftenest, of course, of the absentees, and admiring the refined good sense with which Monsieur Fontenette seemed to have decided to let this unperilous attack of silliness run itself out in the woman he loved with so much tenderness and with so much passion.

    Strong Hearts

  • With my hard constitution, and temperate mode of living, and unperilous occupations,

    Wuthering Heights

  • With my hard constitution and temperate mode of living, and unperilous occupations, I ought to, and probably _shall_, remain above ground till there is scarcely a black hair on my head.

    Wuthering Heights

  • The author, who tells us he was born in 1504, lived through the most critical and not unperilous period of the times in which he wrote.

    A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One

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