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well-pronounced

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  • Her skin never had a blemish and all of her womanly parts were perfect and well-pronounced.

    The Punany Experience

  • Her skin never had a blemish and all of her womanly parts were perfect and well-pronounced.

    The Punany Experience

  • Her skin never had a blemish and all of her womanly parts were perfect and well-pronounced.

    The Punany Experience

  • Her skin never had a blemish and all of her womanly parts were perfect and well-pronounced.

    The Punany Experience

  • First, attempts to impress others with a smattering of well-pronounced phrases may lead native speakers to rattle off a long and hard-to-follow torrent of words for which you have no response other than to stare blankly, a thread of drool falling from the corner of your gaping mouth.

    Saving Face

  • First, attempts to impress others with a smattering of well-pronounced phrases may lead native speakers to rattle off a long and hard-to-follow torrent of words for which you have no response other than to stare blankly, a thread of drool falling from the corner of your gaping mouth.

    Saving Face

  • ‘You think that you can understand them better because you are engaged to this man!’ said Miss Petrie, with well-pronounced irony.

    He Knew He Was Right

  • Nor was it an unimportant item in his scheme, that he likewise had poems read before him in their meetings; for by these he nourished in his people the feeling of that charm which a well-pronounced rhythm is calculated to awaken in the soul; whereas in other companies, those prose compositions were already getting introduced, for which any tyro was adequate.

    Chapter XIX. Book IV

  • As one of these limitations, well-pronounced symptoms of egoism, taking the form of narcissism, are to be reckoned.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • We find from these tables that there is a well-pronounced _regression_ in the correlation between the spectra and the colours of the stars.

    Lectures on Stellar Statistics

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