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  • v. Present participle of unsoul.

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  • His going about the country in gorgeous state and barbaric splendor as the guest of a thieving corporation, but at our expense -- shining and dining and swining -- unsouling himself of clotted nonsense in pickled platitudes calculated for the meridian of Coon Hollow, Indiana, but ingeniously adapted to each water tank on the line of his absurd "progress," does not prove it, and the presumption of his "great office" is against him.

    The Shadow On The Dial, and Other Essays 1909

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